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Old 06-11-2008, 07:25 PM   #1
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Propane Outside Burner / cooker

I do not want to cook inside out 96 34' AS. What have you found that works best as an outside cooker. I use a Webber charcoal grill now, but want to add a propane 1,2 or 3 burner unit. Any suggestions?
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Old 06-11-2008, 07:27 PM   #2
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I got a Coleman combination LP grill and single burner stove at Camping World. I got an extension hose and 20# LP tank for it, it's great for not heating up the inside of the trailer.
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You can tap it into te trailer LP supply, too.
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I'd like to see somebody mount a marine type grill near the front and tap the propane tanks. Something that could stay there while on the move. Just an idea. Has anybody done it?


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You can tap it into te trailer LP supply, too.
If you do this, get the longer hose, in case you want to move the grill into the shade or further from the trailer. There are usually two lengths, 12 and 24 feet.
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I use a magma kettle with a stand and a 10' hose. Works really well. I wouldn't travel with one mounted outside, though.
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We use a portable grill and a propane Coleman two-burner and all i right with our caloric safari's....
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You can tap it into te trailer LP supply, too.
What parts are needed to tap into the LP supply?

Interesting enough, I did a bareboat cruise in the BVIs this year and we grilled off the stern every night. Best cooking around, but I am not planning on mounting a grill off my land yacht.
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