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JoyceandSteve wrote:

Where does one find a shopping cart at a CG? LOL


Not a problem for the Wally-Dockers!


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bob213 wrote:

We use the Weber Go anywhere gas grill. DW has to have some things cooked with charcoal so I made a rack that holds charcoal. Now we can use the grill either with propane or charcoal. Works great for us.
Weber go anywhere grill


I have a Weber Q100,Love it! has anyone thought about,or tried putting some kind of rack in a Q100 to use charcoal?I've thought about it because I like using the wood chips to add some more flavor.
( Don't have a pic to post,but I did modify my Q.I used engine paint on the lid.I believe that I have the only Ford Red Q100 around.)


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selectsplat wrote:

We just throw a shopping cart on it's side over the camp fire.



Sweeeet and I see it has a built in upper rack for a bun warmer.

Too bad it would be too much work to PhotoShop it, into it having a Wallypark background.

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Just got it today! Coleman Fold n Go Grill







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KenandPamfromMI wrote:

Kamphiker wrote:

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Specifications

Stainless steel construction
272 sq. in. of cooking space
2 independent stainless steel burners
Up to 20,000 BTUs
Can use a 20-lb. propane cylinder for extended use, item # 830978
1 lb. adaptor available
Legs fold up for easy transport
Cover included



We just bought the same one for our new TT. $100 bucks at Sams. We also bought the Lifetime fold in half table with the metal grill rack for $70. Not used either yet.

We just bought the same thing, grille & table, last weekend. I just unboxed it today. Looks like it is built better than the four burner Brinkman grille & use at home.


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Campchef pro90, with 2 burner BBQ box for us. Lasts a lifetime, use it anywhere for anything. The only downside is it is big and heavy. But we have 6 in our family so I like being able to cook alot of food at the same time. If it were just the wif and I then we'd probly use something smaller.


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Thermos Grill-2-Go, fueled by rv's propane.


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I used the RVQ that came with my hybrid camper. It was OK,not great,but it worked. Now I just bring my small home grill(the$80 two burner Charbroil type) and it works well for me. If you have the room to carry it that is the easiest solution. There is no need to clean it,no worry about getting grease and smells in the camper and take up storage space.


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just a note to the owners of the sportsman grill from Sams check it out BEFORE you take it camping,the one I had was not adjusted as to flame height and air mixture.The book says how to adjust it but after taking the whole thing apart I found that the adjustment screws were spot welded.NO WAY TO ADJUST IT!!! took it back to Sams. I had to use tin foil to cover the all the vents on the sides and back to get a decent heat range this a very poorly engineered grill.


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