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Old 07-06-2004, 09:01 PM
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I'll probably get crap for this but here it is! BBQ on the boat for the 4th ..it worked well, clamp on and off in seconds!
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Old 07-06-2004, 09:09 PM
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Looks great, is it propane? It must be but hard to tell. I think that is a great idea, just keep the drippins off the hull sides. Plus if you are like me just sitting can get old, this gives you something to do between cleaning and tinkering. I don't have a rail but need to install grab handles on the stern for boarding. Worth a look.
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no crap here, several of my buddys back home have them, they cant be beat for a nice slow weekend Rag's
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Hell yeah! Way to go poodle!!!!
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Old 07-06-2004, 09:49 PM
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Nuttin new, been doing that for a few yrs now.

I just operate the blowers for several minutes before lighting, and through a towel over the vents.
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Old 07-06-2004, 09:56 PM
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Heck we have a Force 10 and a Butane Stove for breakfast and my wife's coffee.

Here we are in full production JS on ham/cheese omelettes me on toasts and bacon.
I picked up that paper in the water before you tree hugers bark!

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can I get a Western omelette please
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i just bought the same grill and used it for the first time this weekend. My buddies busted my balls for a while until they got hungry and started asking for handouts.
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got the same on my sea ray its awsome!!!
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A few of our friends have them and many of the boats in our party spot have them too.
They are propane, the small Colman type bottles.

One guy we saw had a charcoal grill that clamped on.
We watched in horror as the guy poured gas onto the charcoal and tossed in a match.
Everyone around him pulled up anchor and moved to a safe distance.
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