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Old 04-04-2011, 04:25 PM   #43
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Check out the orange o grill! Works great and has a lot of cooking space.
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Old 04-04-2011, 04:35 PM   #44
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The Weber Q grills are great. We have the Q220, which is the slightly bigger one with the folding side tables and lid temp gauge.
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I agree with Joe. I love the Q220 and I bought the folding pull table and the cover with it.
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Old 04-04-2011, 04:38 PM   #45
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I own a Holland Grill for home use, then I noticed they have a smaller grill to use camping or ??? So I bought a small one for the motorhome...Love it...a bit pricey at $250.00 but I swear by them. NO FLAREUPS EVER GUARANTEED ......
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Old 04-04-2011, 07:41 PM   #46
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I also bought the Weber Q 120. I liked it so much, I trashed our rotted out "expensive" home grill and bought the Weber Q 320. Both grill with the best grills out there.

Another reason, the Weber Q grills are Made in the USA.
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Old 04-05-2011, 05:36 PM   #47
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To be completely different we have a CADAC Carri Chef grill.
Cadac Carri Chef Deluxe Combo Barbecue from Busy Outdoors

Its South African, folds down into a back pack and with all the different parts it can cook anything from stir fry in the wok to eggs, bacon & pancakes on the hot plate and steaks & chicken on the grill. Also has a standard grill plate and a ring that you can put a large pot on for chili or soups.

We've had it for over 10 years. We added a tap to the back of the fridge unit and hook it up there to the MH propane tank so we don't have to haul an extra tank with us.

Its been essential in Quartzsite this past week where the temps have been in the 100s and too hot to cook inside!
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Old 04-05-2011, 05:45 PM   #48
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I bought a portable one at lowes, its all stainless and I would rate it a 10.Best thing is it isonly 80 bucks.
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Old 04-05-2011, 06:05 PM   #49
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I have this grill and love it. It connects to our existing propane tanks in our 5er. Compared to the RVQ that was there ...this is a dream. No hot spots and it's all stainless so it looks great hanging off the side of my 5er.



Camco 57305 Olympian RV 5500 Stainless Steel RV Grill
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Old 04-21-2011, 10:30 PM   #50
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I have an old version of the Thermos travel grill with the stand and the storage bag. I like the convenience of the grill and it works fine. I will say it doesn't get hot enough to do a great job on steaks or other high heat items but the heat is consistent throughout the grill so I can't really complain.

That said, if I were to buy one today I would get one of the Webers. I have two of their products (gas grill and Smoky Mountain) at the stick house and they are both well made and work great. I know they are a few more dollars but they last forever and they cook great.

My father-in-law buys the cheap-o Wal-Mart specials and it shows with the quality of the cooking.
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Old 04-21-2011, 10:56 PM   #51
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I give a nod to the Coleman Road Trip---used one for nine years now. Had a problem with one and Coleman made it right even though it was my fault and the thing was four year old. I have a big Webber at home (other home-stuck to the ground) love it------but the Coleman has many different grils you can use for frying pans, boiling water, pancakes etc---great fpr the RV------I'm not sure the Webber does have this capacity---but then who can beat a fine steak---either brand will do you fine---just a matter of preference.
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Old 04-22-2011, 04:49 AM   #52
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Stainless Grille

We are looking at Sams Club this looks very nice for less than a Franklin....
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We have an RVQ , came with the ultralight TT, but it weighs a TON .. So we've never used it ... The cheapie WM BBQ works fine for us ... and weighs almost nothing ...
In my correspondence with Jayco , whenever I asked why the roof on the trailer was so THIN and prone to damage , their excuse was "to save weight"... so why did they include a 40 # BBQ , and a 45# folding table ...
I think I'd rather have a Good roof , and just eat a sandwich on my lap ...
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We are looking at Sams Club this looks very nice for less than a Franklin....
Portable Stainless Steel Gas Grill with Cover - Sam's Club
FYI...

That grill has been relabeled for sale under many different names. I had one and also bought it for that price. The heat was not very consistent and ultimately seemed to cook too hot even though I would turn down the heat.

It was only 3 months old and I gave it away and bought a Weber Q...no regrets.
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I have a buddy who loves his RVQ but I agree it is way too heavy.

I got a good chuckle out of GPW's preference for a good roof and a sandwich on your lap. I don't think anyone can disagree with you there.
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I have a buddy who loves his RVQ but I agree it is way too heavy.

I got a good chuckle out of GPW's preference for a good roof and a sandwich on your lap. I don't think anyone can disagree with you there.
I don't know what kind came with my Jayco-never used it-it's in the basement. Love the Weber Q. I was not happy to hear about roof problems on Jaycos.
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