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C Schomer

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We have a 12 yr old Olympian LP grill. It does as good as any expensive home grill we've ever had - Falcon, Weber, Jenn Air etc. The legs fold up tight against the bottom and the side handles don't stick out very far. I wanted the handles even shorter and they were very easy to shorten. It's big enough for 2 big steaks or 4 big burgers and that's all the bigger we need. I did a search and is now a Camco 57301. $84 at Amazon, delivered. Craig

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Look online at camping world.


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Cabela's has a nice portable stainless grill that they list for $130 and is often on sale for under $100. I have never had ANY trouble cleaning a stainless grill, this one included. It folds easily and stores in a small place and has an easily cleaned grease trap in the bottom.



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I had one of those stainless grills. The stainless gets very tarnished looking and won't clean up plus after about one season the lid started to get sloppy and the cooking surface was a pain to clean. Go Webber!


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we have used a coleman grill to go for about 7 years now, have cooked just about everything on it including scrambled eggs.Using original unit in Florida park,dw bought another at a yard sale for $25 never used,stores well in front compartment of 5'er.

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I have a Charbroil grill that I have used for years when it's closed it might be the size of 2 shoe boxes. Walmart $15.97. Wife wants me to get rid of it and buy a stainless one I will replace it with like model for under 20 bucks. Besides I never hear her complain about the food that comes off from it.


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The problem with most small grills is that you need a table to put them on. Lots of times a site does not have a table. Then what? Cooking on the ground is no fun. How many can be clamped to trailer steps or mounted at a comfortable height using a reciever hitch or clamped to a PU tailgate?


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Veebyes wrote:

Thinking outside the RV box there is this or another model same company.

With adapters useing spring clamps & wood blocks it can be used clamped to picnic table seats, RV steps, reciever hitch of the TV and a flat surface mount of the 5er basement slide out tray.

No ground cooking for me.


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Over the years I have used almost every type of small grill known to man, including the Weber Q.

I have finally concluded that charcoal is the way to go, when RVing. The mess inside every gas grill, no matter how hard I try to clean, always seems to leave a bad smell. With charcoal, the only thing you really have to clean is the grill surface. The rest goes out with the charcoal. Everybody has an opinion. That's just mine.


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Veebyes wrote:

The problem with most small grills is that you need a table to put them on. Lots of times a site does not have a table. Then what? Cooking on the ground is no fun. How many can be clamped to trailer steps or mounted at a comfortable height using a reciever hitch or clamped to a PU tailgate?


They make a folding cart...

While I enjoy having a picnic table to set the grill on... If we're going to be doing a bunch of grilling or entertaining at the picnic table --- we drag the folding cart out.

I've been to a couple of campsites that PROHIBIT placing grills on the picnic tables --- so even IF you had one...you'd be a rule violator if you decided to use it for that.

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