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    Anyone use the coleman roadrtip grill?

    I just bought one and want to know the pros and cons and any quirks i need to look out for.....

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    Re: Anyone use the coleman roadrtip grill?

    I've said it many times before and I'll say it again.....

    Charcoal is the only way to go for real flavor.



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    Re: Anyone use the coleman roadrtip grill?

    I underdstand that, but with my space and time constraints thats not an option. We come down from mpls for the games and there are few times where I have time to wait for charcoal to heat up.



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    Re: Anyone use the coleman roadrtip grill?

    I own one and like it a lot. You can buy different grates for it at Jax in Ames or I've seen them at Menards too. At early morning tailgates we do pancakes and eggs, so i bought a few griddles for it and also the adapter for pots so i can make the women hot chocolate. I personally think that it has some hot spots when you cook, so watch out for that. Otherwise, I think it is a great grill.


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    Re: Anyone use the coleman roadrtip grill?

    I have one, and I love it. Cooks great, is compact... good choice.



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    Re: Anyone use the coleman roadrtip grill?

    We also have one, we love it for camping. We have an adapter that we got at Home Depot so we can use our big propane tank instead of those little lantern bottles, works awesome. My only complaint is that it still gets a little too hot on the lowest setting, hard to cook big cuts of pork and chicken without burning it sometimes, but don't do that too often...



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