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Old 03-05-2005, 08:00 PM   #15
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Weber, Weber, Weber

We're Weber users all the way -- we have five or six of them, including two for the trailer and motorhome, respectively. They are the Go Anywhere Gas. We also have Smokey Joe to take with us if we think we'll want charcoal on the road. Can't recommend the Go Anywhere highly enough.

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Old 03-20-2005, 03:31 PM   #16
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We looked at one of those yesterday at a local hardware store YIKES it was $179. I'll be ordering mine from on-line me thinks
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Old 03-20-2005, 03:48 PM   #17
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Same with us, we have the Go Anywhere and the Smokey Joe. The Smokey tastes the best but if you're running short of time there's nothing like the Go Anywhere for a quick dinner, no waiting for the coals to heat up. They both store nicely.
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Old 03-20-2005, 03:53 PM   #18
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One more vote for the Q

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We looked at one of those yesterday at a local hardware store YIKES it was $179. I'll be ordering mine from on-line me thinks
I bought my Baby-Q at end of season last year. I'm ashamed to tell you I paid $79 after discounts at the local Linens&Things store. I can't say enough about it either. I picked up the folding cart a few weeks later. I'm looking for a small refillable LP tank (10lbs or so). A local RV dealer is selling them in his parts dept., but he wants $50.

I could use a valve that ties into the trailer LP supply but I want to be able to move the grill to any spot I wish at my campsite.

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Old 03-20-2005, 04:46 PM   #19
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I bought my Baby-Q at end of season last year. I'm ashamed to tell you I paid $79 after discounts at the local Linens&Things store. I can't say enough about it either. I picked up the folding cart a few weeks later. I'm looking for a small refillable LP tank (10lbs or so). A local RV dealer is selling them in his parts dept., but he wants $50.

I could use a valve that ties into the trailer LP supply but I want to be able to move the grill to any spot I wish at my campsite.

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Ashamed , heck I'd be down right proud to find one at that price! Good for you! E-bay has them for $119,,,,,,,, Im Soooooo tempted
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I'm looking for a small refillable LP tank (10lbs or so). A local RV dealer is selling them in his parts dept., but he wants $50.

I could use a valve that ties into the trailer LP supply but I want to be able to move the grill to any spot I wish at my campsite.

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Is this what your looking for?
http://store.yahoo.com/weberstuff/webaqgr20taa.html
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another vote for Webber

We got the Webber Q grill, fold up stand, and the Q duffel bag. It packs up great in the duffel. We also got the adapter so we can hook up to the big lp tanks on the Overlander. The Q works almost as well as its full size brother , and is easy to take along.

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Old 03-20-2005, 06:52 PM   #22
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No. I looking for a 10 lb. refillable LP tank. I'm having a hard time finding one locally other than the $50 one than a local RV dealer is selling.

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Old 03-23-2005, 06:35 AM   #23
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Grill Wanted

I want the BETSO (the O has the two dots over it : ) from IKEA.

http://www.ikea.com/webapp/wcs/store...ts=14261*14313

It is only located in the west coast stores right. It is a seasonal item. Does anyone live out west near an IKEA that could maybe pick one up for me if I sent payment and shipping costs, plus a little finders fee. I want to have it to use for an upcoming rally in a few weeks.

The web site has a store locator and you can tell if it in stock from the web. Let me know with a PM.

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Weber Smoky Joe but dreamin' of the Weber Q ...
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Old 03-23-2005, 07:34 AM   #25
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Wink Weber too

I have the charcoal Weber to Go. But I am lusting after the Baby Q. Had some wonderful food from Rich Luhr's grill at last year's International and I haven't been the same since! It char broils and smokes just the way you'd like it too. I just don't know if I can fit it in the 25' rear storage. The grate is very heavy duty. Does anyone think it would be an issue for weight back there (if it will fit?) I thought of putting the grate in the wardrobe or inside forward.

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I'm going to stray from the convential wisdom here and mention my Favorite grill: The Lodge Cast Iron Hibachi. I love, love, love it. Get hot, stays hot, and the grill surface is cast iron. Bullet proof. And with a spray of oil and a scrub from the bronze brush it cleans up in a jiffy and stays non-stick. Just my .02!

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I have the charcoal Weber to Go. But I am lusting after the Baby Q. Had some wonderful food from Rich Luhr's grill at last year's International and I haven't been the same since! It char broils and smokes just the way you'd like it too. I just don't know if I can fit it in the 25' rear storage. The grate is very heavy duty. Does anyone think it would be an issue for weight back there (if it will fit?) I thought of putting the grate in the wardrobe or inside forward.

We love cooking out!
I remember that door on the 25' units and I think the Baby Q will fit there. Maybe Silver Twinkie can get a measurement of the door on his. I can measure my Baby Q and let you know.

Weight wise its not light, but in the grand plan its weight is not that much to affect handling of your trailer. Now I don't know what else you put there too!

Since I have a van I carry mine in the rear of it.

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For those of you considering buying the Weber Q or Baby Q, I did just find a website with free shipping plus free adaptor hose (to hook up to your trailer's propane tanks). If you buy the Q, you also get a free cover. The prices ($179 for the Q and $129 for the Baby Q) are comparable to what I've been seeing everywhere else, without the freebies. The website is propaneproducts.com.
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