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Old 05-21-2007, 11:37 AM   #1
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I just bought a Awesome grill at Wal-Mart yesterday for...................$19.83

It has collapsible legs, twin racks, regulator and electric quartz ignition. It is as large as the RVQ. It is not porcelain however! But for the price it will last a year or two.

Here are a few Pictures of the Propane Grill.

I preffer to use the grill away from the trailer. This one is really stable.
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I just bought a Awesome grill at Wal-Mart yesterday for...................$19.83

It has collapsible legs, twin racks, regulator and electric quartz ignition. It is as large as the RVQ. It is not porcelain however! But for the price it will last a year or two.

Here are a few Pictures of the Propane Grill.

I preffer to use the grill away from the trailer. This one is really stable.
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