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Old 03-24-2016, 07:24 AM   #29
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You might be correct on the numbers, I really dont remember but if one was able to find old stock with the heavier cast iron grates, I think they would be getting a better product.

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Old 03-24-2016, 04:15 PM   #30
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Bought ourselves a Weber Q1200 last summer. Great little grill whether grilling for 2 or more. The flip out trays are a nice convenience as is the electronic ignition and thermometer. The Q1200 uses 1lb disposable tanks and is compatible with the extension hose for connection to your RV or exchange tank.

Been very pleased with Weber Q series grills. Hope you are too!

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Old 03-25-2016, 05:14 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by marcham View Post
The regulator can be unscrewed from the gas control valve.
Thanks. That's what I wanted to hear. I was afraid the regulator might be built right into the gas valve assembly. Looks like there may be a Weber Q in our future.
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I have the Q100 with the Weber flip out shelves, the fold up stand and the clip on light. I connect it to the RV’s main gas cylinder with a 10’ hose. Been doing that for 7 years. I did replace the cast iron porcelain grill once due to rust and the porcelain flaking off. Clip on light is the best accessory.

Preheat on high for 10 minutes, and grill your 1" steaks 5 minutes per side, still on high. Set your timer for 5 more minutes, still on high, to burn off the junk.

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The weber baby q has worked for us for years - great little BBQ. I did drill a hole and install a thermometer (that I had from another grill).
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We have had a Weber Q for a few years. It has the flip out shelves on each side. Just remember to flip them out before grilling. I didn't once and melted them. I was able to order a new pair to replace the "grilled" ones. I wrote on the top of the Q to remember to open before lighting.

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I did a write up a while ago on how to remove the regulator and install a quick release to hookup to the Trailer propane connection on the side.

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