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Old 02-28-2013, 07:09 PM   #29
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We have used a Weber Q 100 and an Extend-A-flow on the RV tank, and it makes a great combination. Never have to buy the little tanks.
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oops. Wrong Extend-A-Flow. This is the one I used.
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Q100 pretty much cleans itself. Done cookin? Crank it up a few minutes
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Looks like I'm the odd-ball. We buy a cheap LP grill from WalMart about every 8-10 years, they corrode away, we buy another for $29.99 and begin the cycle again. We're on our 3rd one now. If one keeps them cleaned up occasionally, don't store them wet, they seem to last a very long time. Oddly enough, the burgers, brats, steaks, etc taste just as good as what I fix on my big LP grill at home that cost $500 new.
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Where can you find a grill that has a bumper mount, or a hitch reciever mount? I see some once in a while, but my searching makes me think they went out of business.
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Weber all the way. We have a small and a larger one, and they both work great. Easy to set up and take down.
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Weber q 200, also carry a smokey joe when I want to use coals.
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Old 02-28-2013, 09:22 PM   #36
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Another Weber Q satisfied owner.
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Old 02-28-2013, 11:06 PM   #37
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Can't argue Coleman Road Trip over Weber. If I ever wear out my Coleman I'll try the Weber. I have a big Weber at home and like it very much.

However on two occassions I have inadvertently broken my Coleman Road Trip. My dog did the first one; snapped off the fitting for the regulator. I called to get the part which was not made any longer. Coleman sent me a complete new stove to replace a four year old one. So I used the new one for three years and wound up melting the handle, my fault. So I called to get the part and Coleman sent me an entire new stove again. My experience is Coleman is a good company and they stand by their products.

I have never called Weber because I have never messed up my Weber stove.

Hard to beat the Weber RV models, but the Road Trip is no slouch IMHO.

Road Trip allows the changing of the grills to accomodate griddling, grilling and just useign a pot or pan on the stove. Nice feature.

True enough however this is just grilling not BBQ.
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Where can you find a grill that has a bumper mount, or a hitch reciever mount? I see some once in a while, but my searching makes me think they went out of business.
Big Steel keg for charcoal, ace hardware is a dealer. Or jimmy buffets Margaritaville has a gas grill that mounts in a receiver hitch.
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Big Steel keg for charcoal, ace hardware is a dealer. Or jimmy buffets Margaritaville has a gas grill that mounts in a receiver hitch.
The Margaritaville grill is what I had in mind. There was a similar one called a Freedom grill. Can't find either of these in stock anywhere. Anyone have an idea where to get a new one?
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Can't argue Coleman Road Trip over Weber. If I ever wear out my Coleman I'll try the Weber. I have a big Weber at home and like it very much.

However on two occassions I have inadvertently broken my Coleman Road Trip. My dog did the first one; snapped off the fitting for the regulator. I called to get the part which was not made any longer. Coleman sent me a complete new stove to replace a four year old one. So I used the new one for three years and wound up melting the handle, my fault. So I called to get the part and Coleman sent me an entire new stove again. My experience is Coleman is a good company and they stand by their products.

I have never called Weber because I have never messed up my Weber stove.

Hard to beat the Weber RV models, but the Road Trip is no slouch IMHO.

Road Trip allows the changing of the grills to accomodate griddling, grilling and just useign a pot or pan on the stove. Nice feature.

True enough however this is just grilling not BBQ.
I am on my second Coleman (red one) initally had some cooking issues but once you get used to it great BBQ, got 5 yrs out of the last one and we use it a lot. So satisified bought anouther. I see they have made some improvements over the last one I bought so I can't wait to test drive in this Easter.
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I have a Coleman Roadtrip, got it at Menards $99 and its great. JR
I have the same for two years now, and I am pretty happy with it.
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After reading the first half of this thread I was starting to worry. We got a RoadTrip last summer and I love it. It should hold up for several seasons. When it goes, we'll see whats available.
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