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Old 11-26-2008, 02:45 PM   #15
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That is what I also have -- the Coleman Roadtrip Pro. Easy to clean up and folds compact for storage. If you have a Coleman outlet near you, the price for the after Thanksgiving sale is suppost to be less than $100.00.

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I have a cheap one...since I have yet to use it on a camping trip in my C I don't think I will be upgrading...

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I tried several grills and ended up with the Weber Baby Q.....LOVE IT..doesn't burn food like the others....it made me a great cook!

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