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Old 09-05-2014, 08:53 PM   #43
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Check out this grill made by a local welder friend of mine. It can be attached to a tree or used on a table top. It folds together for storage
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Old 09-05-2014, 09:13 PM   #44
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Weber I q. Best I have had. I used to replace one each year bought the Weber 4 years ago it looks and cooks like new. You get what you pay for. I have a large Weber at home its over 20 yrs old and still looks good and cooks good
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Old 09-06-2014, 06:12 AM   #45
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I have been using this grill for about 2 years now. I have screwed it to a metal shelf in my compartment. Now I just slide it out to use. I have an "extend a stay" valve on my onboard propane tank and connect to it.


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Why not a gas grill?

We just prefer the taste of meat cooked with charcoal.
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Check out this grill made by a local welder friend of mine. It can be attached to a tree or used on a table top. It folds together for storage

Your friend is very talented!
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Old 09-07-2014, 07:02 PM   #48
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At the 2014 Tampa RV show I sow, and fell in love with, a Green Mountain Grill, Davey Crockett Model. This is a wood pellet burning, electric fired grill and smoker. It does great. And uses 12v or 120v to run. There is a thermostat control to keep cooking/smoking temp where you want it. Gives that wood smoke flavor to your food. Has folding legs. The only drawback is it's weight. Probably close to 70 lbs. Another plus, I use it a home or with the trailer.
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Got the Coleman today and I'm really impressed with the quality of construction! We'll give it a test in a day or so and post an update. I was lucky enough to have a Rubbermaid container that the grill fit in perfectly! Right now I think we made the right decision!
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Hey Joe now you got me looking, I looked and see a couple ones which one did you decide on? Can you shoot us a picture?
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Got the Coleman today and I'm really impressed with the quality of construction! We'll give it a test in a day or so and post an update. I was lucky enough to have a Rubbermaid container that the grill fit in perfectly! Right now I think we made the right decision!
Oh good, glad it worked out for you and what luck having a perfect sized storage container on hand!
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Hey Joe now you got me looking, I looked and see a couple ones which one did you decide on? Can you shoot us a picture?
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This one! Shop Coleman Road Trip 225-sq in Portable Charcoal Grill at Lowes.com
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Old 09-09-2014, 01:26 PM   #53
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Small propane grill

I plan to buy this one. Good feedback from owners. Camping World should have. Grill by Char Broil. About $150 at Camping World. Amazon has for around $125 and free shipping.
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I plan to buy this one. Good feedback from owners. Camping World should have. Grill by Char Broil. About $150 at Camping World. Amazon has for around $125 and free shipping.
It's gas. Don't see a charcoal version of it.
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I'm going to look into this one, I likeit, its got a bigger grill size and he gave a good idea useing a aluminum pan, (toss out the used coals cleanly) Plus it may just fit into one of the basement area's.
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This is the only way to go, made out of stainless steel, takes up no space. I have used one for 20 years. Just bought a bigger one. Love it.

http://www.amazon.com/EcoQue-ECO-701...ywords=pyromid

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