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Old 04-04-2013, 10:06 PM   #21
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Finally found a pic of our Baby Q... ran into it looking for something else
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Old 04-08-2013, 04:50 AM   #22
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I recently purchased a 24 63 and have the ouside grill also.The rail it hangs on is right under the dining table window,the problem is when i attach it the lower rail drops down right on the storage compartment hindge which makes the grill sit unevenly could it be the rails where installed in wrong place on trailer?
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We have a Road Trip to, but we have not used it since we bought a O Grill. The O grill has work very well for us for several years now..
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The location of the gas connector might be a clue as to where the grill should be mounted. On ours, the gas line was just the right length to reach the connection under the trailer.
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My 2002 vintage 2363 has the rail aft of the awning arm but the compartment door is forward of the awning arm so there is no conflict there. I will have to see if I can find a picture of a 2463.
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My 2002 vintage 2363 has the rail aft of the awning arm but the compartment door is forward of the awning arm so there is no conflict there. I will have to see if I can find a picture of a 2463.
It's probably also a 2363, just with the rail in a different place. There was a 2463, actually quite a few of them, but back in the '80s. The grill rails didn't start until the 2000s.
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We picked up a Charbroil Grill-2-go a while back and have been very happy with it. It was the one with the detachable rolling stand but not with the soft coolers. I don't think they make it anymore however but there is a tabletop version.
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x2 on the Coleman Road Trip grill, but we use ours on a 20# tank....problem we have is no where to clean it, since we sold the Sunline and don't have an outside shower any longer....
I also have a Roadtrip and found it a (B****) to clean Until I started spraying the chrome pan with (generic) nonstick spray really heavy. Now I just wipe it off with paper towels. I let the griddles burn off. Would I buy another? I doubt it.
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I also have a Roadtrip and found it a (B****) to clean Until I started spraying the chrome pan with (generic) nonstick spray really heavy. Now I just wipe it off with paper towels. I let the griddles burn off. Would I buy another? I doubt it.
I don't knwo where I picked up this bit of info - but I lined the drip tray with aluminum foil - now it is a easy clean up!
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I don't knwo where I picked up this bit of info - but I lined the drip tray with aluminum foil - now it is a easy clean up!
I'll have to try that
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I'll have to try that
I use the extra wide stuff!
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I tried your idea with the foil. worked out real well. Between foil liner and nonstick spray on grill plates cleanup isn't to bad.

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We recently bought the O Grill. It's a huge improvement over our old RVQ.
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We like our new Char Broil Grill2Go. Nice easy set up and clean up. DW had a great idea to purchase a plastic storage tote for it. Makes it super easy to transport and store. Still debating on whether to adapt to a bigger propane source.

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DW had a great idea to purchase a plastic storage tote for it. Makes it super easy to transport and store. Still debating on whether to adapt to a bigger propane source.

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Joe,

I store our Weber Baby Que in a Rubber Maid storage tote and slide it in the back of the truck bed under the Tono.

It works good at keeping the truck bed stuff from beating it up and it is easy in and easy out. If wanted I can pop a few pics. Let me know. You just have to find the right tub

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The O Grill comes with a soft case, and fits in our outdoor storage compartment...one of the reasons we chose it
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I store our Weber Baby Que in a Rubber Maid storage tote and slide it in the back of the truck bed under the Tono.

It works good at keeping the truck bed stuff from beating it up and it is easy in and easy out. If wanted I can pop a few pics. Let me know. You just have to find the right tub

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Thanks John. She found one at the local big box store. It works great like you say. Easy to throw in the truck and sits nicely under our table we set up under the awning. Even has enough room in it for the barbque tools too!

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We use a laundry bag - not quite large enough but it still protect it.....on my things to do is make a vinyl bag for it.......I can't seem to find a "box" big enough - we are using a Coleman Roadtrip LLX........
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We love our O Grill too.. It does store well in the front storage compartment.. We use it at home some times too... We orderd ours from Amazon...
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