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Old 04-09-2024, 04:57 PM   #1
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2004 Solaris T-1950

Recently bought this camper and was just curious what this piece on the outside is for? Is it for attaching accessories to? If so what accessories and where could I find them?
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Old 04-09-2024, 06:48 PM   #2
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Welcome Juice!

Congrats on your new Sunny.

The rail in your picture is for an RVQ grill. If you look under the camper, in the location of the rail, there should be a 1/2" (1/2" NPT) gas pipe, and it will most likely be capped off unless a prior owner installed a gas valve and coupler. Sunline provided these rail setups on many campers, not only your model. I am not sure what model year they started, but the 2004 to 2007 models all have them.

I'm not sure they still make the original RVQ grill; it looked like this web hit I found.RVQ Grill

Here is a video by Josh the RV nerd on a 2018 vintage one

I have one that came with one of my project campers. I have heard and read that some like them, and many don't. They do not create a lot of heat, but that may depend on how one uses it and what it is used for. This is a low-pressure grill.

In our case, we use a Weber Baby Q (now known as a Q100 series) grill stored in the back of the truck, which I put wherever I want it. It runs off a portable LP cylinder and is a high-pressure grill. This Webber works great and lasts.

The rail can also be used for a table. You can build your own, or they may sell them. I made my own. See here for how I made it for our prior 2004 T2499:

I moved the whole table set up to our 2004 T310SR and still use it every time we camp. See here for more

Have fun with your new Sunny!

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