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stumper92

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Posted: 12/10/19 08:37am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Posting this in the truck camper section because I think we have a unique challenge for storage space. I recently scrapped my Coleman Tailgater Grill as it had rusted out and the regulator no longer worked. I am now looking for a replacement grill. Although I liked the tailgater overall, it took up a fair bit of space. I would like to find a smaller grill that can be easily stored in a truck camper size closet. I would prefer something that maybe fits into a storage bag or some container to prevent the dirty bits from coming into contact with other things being stored in the same closet. Does anyone use a grill, that you consider quality, that would meet those requirements?

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Posted: 12/10/19 09:04am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

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It might not be as "portable" as you're looking for but I got tired of those little grills that use the 1 lb bottles.

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Posted: 12/10/19 09:40am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Just slightly off topic but we take our Geo Foreman grill outside and plug it into the site post.


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Anything Weber is good but I have the rectangle black one, maybe 1.5 or 2 ft. long that operates on 1 of the small propane cylinder or can be adapted to accept a bigger tank. It's no fail and just works. So good I use it at home unless I want to grill something big like a chicken or roast then it's a Weber kettle.


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I know you are looking for a gas grill,but they are dirty to store. Having a TC we are limited for space so I bought a stainless steel grill rack for the campfire. It did take time to learn how to cook on a campfire but it is worth it. What I really like is the clean up is easy. Also you can't beat cooking with rome pie irons.

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We're really happy with our Char Broil Grill2go x200 infra-red grill. Good ratings on Amazon. It's on the smaller side (23.7"W x 15.7"D x 13.6"H; 20 lbs.). No sharp edges on the exterior which is nice for handling and storage. Easy to clean. Could be stored on end, in a closet, inside a med/lg gym bag, to save space.

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I used the Weber Q100 for several years. Worked great but it does not store very well in the TC. Several years ago I bought an O grill. It works about as well as the Weber but stores more conveniently. Like the Weber it is a bit pricey.

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When take my Yamaha Rhino and trailer,I use this grill..

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We use a small table top-uses 1# bottles, think I paid less than $20 from local discount drug store, though several years ago. Folds up pretty compact, easily fits in compartment.


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We use this one:

Coleman Propane Grill

It fits nicely in a compartment of the AF camper

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