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Old 08-09-2018, 10:49 AM   #1
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Hauling a grill on the road...

So while I am at home, I like to cook in my Weber 22" kettle grill on the weekends. Like it so much we have a Smokey Joe 14" table top kettle we take tent camping with us.

I know I have seen guys set up with skoolies tailgating at college ball games with their kettle grills. Just not sure how they are hauling them in the skoolie. Are they dedicating a "Garage space" to haul the grill, charcoal etc... for grilling?

Oh and if you have ever seen a cooking grate on a public park grill you KNOW why I am interested in hauling my own into the facility!
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Old 08-10-2018, 07:28 PM   #2
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back in the day when i had a stick and staple trailer.....

it had an RVQ as an accessory and that was the bomb! it was propane, but you could be setup and cooking before another camper has lit his bbq setup.

it stored in a heavy canvas bag. kind of greasy and messy storing and using and storing. but you could take it home and wash it out with a hose.

with limited outside storage and no propane i don't carry a bbq anymore.
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Old 09-19-2018, 12:10 AM   #3
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You could build a really small deck sticking off the back bumper, and just mount the grill there permanently (bolt down to the floor or something). Then just bungee cord a tarp around it for when you travel.
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Old 09-19-2018, 07:24 AM   #4
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My intended grill set up

Since the bus still does not have an engine... My intention is to have a small propane grill mounted to a towing hitch thingy. I pull the grill out of under storage, and plug it into the receiver for the tow hitch, connect fuel hose.

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