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Old 09-28-2008, 12:25 AM   #29
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We like THIS one at Camping World. Price is OK. Our first one lasted 3 years - just bought a new one.
Easy to wash when you get home. Folds up reasonably well.
Ditto.....used the new one for the first time on our last trip!

We originally bought ours because it gave our dog a place to lay down without getting filthy. But, we found that it really helps keep things cleaner inside.
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Old 09-28-2008, 04:22 PM   #30
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Lowes Have a sale WHERE? I wondered when they would put the folding grills on Sale ,They DON'T The lady that waited on me said they will just put em on the top shelf or in the back BUT NEVER A SALE.
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I'm not a super shopper or anything, but at the Lowes at the Pointe (near Pgh Airport) they hang a little yellow and black tag that says "Clearance" with a lower that regular price. I always assumed they were trying to move seasonal stuff so they didn't have to warehouse it through the off season. Today, I also noticed a small table top grill that is stainless steel, about 2 ft wide by 1 ft deep - propane driven. It's little yellow tag marked it down from $79 to $69. I thought about it and decided that it might come down another 5 or 10, so I'd wait. Of course they could sell them in the meantime. I don't know if it's a "folding" grill or if it's what you're looking for, but I can run over again tomorrow and snap a pic and post it. If you want it, I'll pick it up and get it to you at the next Mid-Ohio rally we can both make.

By the way, we missed you at the West Branch rally. I was hoping to meet you and get some insights on your axle change out.

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Old 09-28-2008, 05:36 PM   #31
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Roger,

Marie snapped a shot with her cell phone on the way home. Let me know, if it's what you're looking for. It doesn't look like it folds down.

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If you happen to have a polished trailer...stay away form any that are nylon as the reflection from your polished trailer will melt it and/or fry an egg.

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I use a Patio Cloth my Dad purchased from the Airstream Store in 1963. It is green duck (waxed canvas). The dark green / brown color never looks dirty.

It is not fancy but is very functional and continues to look good.

The Airstream Store claimed that it should last virtually forever. They might be right. 47 years later, it is good as new.
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