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Old 03-04-2011, 09:37 AM   #29
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I also use the cheap ones from wally world. At the begining of each trip just line the bottom with foil and throw the foil away when breaking camp.
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Webbers get a lot of good press in the forums... But me, being different, I had to go with a Coleman road Trip,, I don't have the one linked to above (Straight leg version) I have the one with the "X" legs.

My only complaint is that I occasionally could use a few more BTUs or so it seems.

however that said, the ability to use a grill top,. griddle top or stove burner top on one side, and the same or different on the other side, is nice.

The only other complaint is the reflector pan (burner pans) re hard to clean but .. I figured out how to do it (Angle grinder with wire brush (Cup Shape) shines them up like new)

Makes lots of noise. but it shines them up.
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Old 03-04-2011, 11:13 AM   #31
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A couple years ago I bought an all stainless grill from Cabellas on sale. The brand is Igloo, was less than $100. I also carry a 5lb refillable propane tank. So far I've not had to refill it, but we've not yet gone full time either.
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Old 03-04-2011, 02:55 PM   #32
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I use the Weber Q220. Last year I bought a new grill for the stick house. Several people I work with were so impressed with thier Weber BBQ Grills that I decided to break down & buy one after owning several Char-Broil grills over the years & never very happy with the results. I was & still am completely satified with the big home model. I decided to buy the Weber Q220 & I am very happy with it. I also bought the 20lb hookup & we carry an extra 20lb bottle anyway, I just hook it up & grill away.
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Old 03-04-2011, 03:29 PM   #33
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The weber 120. Didn't have the temp gauge so I took the one out of the old grill, drilled a hole in the weber and made a 220 out of it. Because it has a domed cover I've had good results roasting chicken and pork roasts(on low). Have to remember to remove the grease tray before storage or you have a real mess.
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Old 03-04-2011, 03:32 PM   #34
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Have to remember to remove the grease tray before storage or you have a real mess.
I can verify that!
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Old 03-04-2011, 05:40 PM   #35
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I BOUGHT THIS ONE 2 YEARS AGO AND LOVE IT. GREAT QUALITY!


Amazon.com: Coleman RoadTrip Grill - Blue/ Black: Sports & Outdoors

x1 This is a great grill! I can cook steak on it for dinner and then eggs and bacon the next morning for breakfest.
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Old 03-05-2011, 05:51 PM   #36
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Thanks for all the feedback. Think I'll try one of the Weber grills.

Thanks again,
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Remember the full lifetime warranty when needing parts for the Weber. Call them or go to their website and no problem getting the replacement parts.
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I bought the cast iron griddle for the Webber BabyQ and it was such a PITA to clean up that I dont use it. I suppose if I knew how to properly condition the cast iron griddle maby it would not have been so dificult to clean up. On the other hand..... I bought an electric griddle for $20 and it stores nicely in the same big plastic container (with plastic lid too) as the Baby Q. The electric griddle has the non stick coating and it has at least twice the surface area as the cast iron griddle for the Baby Q had.
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I bought the cast iron griddle for the Webber BabyQ and it was such a PITA to clean up that I dont use it. I suppose if I knew how to properly condition the cast iron griddle maby it would not have been so dificult to clean up.
Well rats! I was just about to buy one of those griddles. Just wondering, did you 'season' the griddle before use, Bill?

I've seen a griddle that was advertised to fit the Baby Q and it looked to have a smooth cooking surface and seemed to be Teflon coated, didn't see it in person. I take your's is not...do you think if you would have seasoned it, it would be easier to clean or is there another issue with the cleaning?

Was thinking it would be nice to cook breakfast (eggs, bacon, maybe the occasional pancake) on the grill but I don't want to buy it if it's that much of a pain...Thanks, Bob
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You must always season any cast iron cook ware.A ss scrubby to clean it.Then a little olive oil coating when you put it away.It will last a lifetime or more.
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You must always season any cast iron cook ware.A ss scrubby to clean it.Then a little olive oil coating when you put it away.It will last a lifetime or more.
Yeah, we do the same with a heavy 10 inch skillet. I think I'll try to cook a pancake in it just to see if it sticks before I buy the griddle for our 'Q'. Bob
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My baby Q will be five years old in June. We bought it when we bought the coach. It probably gets used more than the big Dukane at home. I cooked 3 racks of ribs on it at one time a couple weeks ago. Did fine.
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