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Old 06-20-2015, 03:58 PM   #1
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Roadtrip Grill Cover/Case

We picked up a Roadtrip Grill a few weeks ago and we really like it! We thought we'd just store it in the box it came in but with the wheels on, it's hard to get it in & out. We're considering the wheeled carry case and wondered if it was worth the almost $50.

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The carry case looks nice, but I bought some canvas and made my own with a zipper on one end. That was 5 years ago. Just a suggestion, but works for me.
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Each time we go into travel mode (3-4 times/ year), our Roadtrip gets placed in a new travel case. Hefty brand, 30 gallon size. ;-)


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Ours just gets rolled into one of the storage compartments and the folding chairs get put around it. It has ridden like that for thousands of miles and no issues.
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