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Old 09-24-2022, 01:32 PM   #1
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coleman / weber grill on ladder

has anyone hung their flat folding grill from their ladder? my spare tire is currently attached to the hitch so cannot add a cargo tray to accommodate the grill unless I use a double hitch...weber grill weighs 47 lbs
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Actual weight isn't the issue ; ladder is rated for 175>200 # ; BUT ; the weight as the RV bounces , jarring the aluminum and the ladder's mountings to the rear cap that'll do the damage long term.
You'll see many things attached to ladders on RVs , chairs , bikes, etc .
JMHO , not a good idea.
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has anyone hung their flat folding grill from their ladder? my spare tire is currently attached to the hitch so cannot add a cargo tray to accommodate the grill unless I use a double hitch...weber grill weighs 47 lbs
Concerning grills, I bought a little Cuisinart gas grill weighs less than 10 lbs instead of carrying my 40+lb Coleman Road Trip folding gas grill

There are alot of smaller grill solutions on the market than a 47lb grill.

The Cuisinart stores in a small basement storage area. I used to store the Road Trip Grill in a large basement area.

I agree with the prior post on not mounting it to a ladder.
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