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Old 08-05-2013, 05:25 AM   #351
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They are sold in most camping and RV stores. Amazon also sells them. Amazon.com : Weber 6501 6-Foot Adapter Hose for Weber Q Series and Gas Go-Anywhere Grills : Patio, Lawn & Garden
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Old 08-05-2013, 07:39 AM   #352
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I have been using the Cuisinart CCG-100 GrateLifter Portable Charcoal Grill for the past year and I have been very happy with it. When i go camping we grill with it every night. Despite the inconvenience of using charcoal I much prefer the taste and if used in conjunction with a chimney starter you can get to coals started very quickly.




Here is a link to it: Cuisinart CCG-100 GrateLifter Portable Charcoal Grill
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Old 08-06-2013, 07:10 AM   #353
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Our goal was to not have to carry the canisters. Does anyone know where we can get the correct connection hose so that we can connect the Weber to the AS.

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Camco makes an adapter that goes in between the LP tank and your regulator to allow an extension hose to be attached without disconnecting anything. I have that setup on mine and it works great. I keep two of the hoses so I can put them together to get the grill underneath my awning on hot days. Though it originally stuck out like a sore thumb and after being mounted on my AS for a couple of years now, the brass adapter has developed a nice patina that blends with all the other vintage hardware on the tongue. The hoses and the adapter can be bought at Camping World, some Wal-Marts, Amazon.com, or tons of other places where camping and RV supplies can be obtained.
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Old 08-06-2013, 06:47 PM   #354
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Has anyone ever tried a Cobb? The verdict is still out for me but I'd love to hear other's opinions. Thanks.
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Old 08-06-2013, 06:52 PM   #355
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Has anyone ever tried a Cobb? The verdict is still out for me but I'd love to hear other's opinions. Thanks.
If you go backwards through this thread, you'll find pages and pages of Cobb posts.

I love mine, even use it at home rather than fire up my large Vision Grill.
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Old 08-06-2013, 06:53 PM   #356
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If you go backwards through this thread, you'll find pages and pages of Cobb posts.

I love mine, even use it at home rather than fire up my large Vision Grill.
There are also a couple of threads devoted specifically to the Cobb.
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Old 10-21-2013, 01:42 PM   #357
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Cobb US going out of business!

FYI, I just got an email from Cobb stating they are going out of business in the US at the end of October. They have only some accessories remaining apparently.
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Old 10-21-2013, 02:11 PM   #358
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I am not surprised. The Cobb has turned out to be a disappointment. I am back to using the Weber Smokey Joe, or the Volcano with propane adapter when Charcoal is not allowed.
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Old 10-21-2013, 03:25 PM   #359
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I found the Volcano Grill to be a well thought out travel grill especially for boon docking.Its collapsible,burns charcoal or runs on LP.Lightweight and fits in its own travel bag.Has a oven attachment and can be used as a fire pit on starry nights.I would not be without it.I love to cook and this thing has great heat distribution.I have a small folding metal mesh travel table that I set it on when cooking.


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Old 10-21-2013, 05:16 PM   #360
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FYI, I just got an email from Cobb stating they are going out of business in the US at the end of October. They have only some accessories remaining apparently.
I ordered spares of a few things that might get lost or break on my Cobb, and intend to keep using it for as long as I can.
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Old 10-21-2013, 07:22 PM   #361
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That's a disappointment. I hope they'll stay in business up here in the north, best portable grill I've ever head the pleasure of using.

I wonder what happened, there's no announcement on their website. Thanks to the interweb, ordering parts from wherever they do stay in business should always be possible.
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I asked via email and was told that Cobbq/Cobb America (includes Canada) is closing. Cobb International (South Africa) is remaining open. Parts and warranty service will be available thru them. Shipping cost will be the deal breaker as far as I am concerned. I went ahead and placed an order for a few odds and ends including the rubber bumpers that have been known to melt. I will continue to use my Cobb until it falls apart and than move on to something else. The Cobb is so well designed and built that I think that will be many years down the road.
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Another vote for the Weber Go Grill. $60 on Amazon, and I was thrilled with speed, size, and awesome flavor. It smokes without high flame which seems to be the secret on how the meat stays so tender. I have a $1500 grill at home, and wasn't at all let down by this gem of a portable grill. Cleans up reasonably easy, too.

Need to find a quick disconnect solution to use the AS LP external connector.



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We use the Weber Q120 and are pleased with it. I can use either the small green propane tanks or my spare 20 pound propane tank.
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