Which Cooker for the RV

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Which Cooker for the RV

Postby r4man2 » Fri May 07, 2010 10:31 am

Wife and I are full-time RVers and I am looking for something simple. Tin boxes with grills and a bottle of propane won't do. I had a BGE but ceramics won't survive the road. What I get has to be carried on this.

I would like to carry it on the back deck of the hauler and bring it down when its time to cook. Suggestions?

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Re: Which Cooker for the RV

Postby RickC » Fri May 07, 2010 12:02 pm

The Chubby would be the lightest BWS that you could have unless you had some method to raise and lower it. It's only about 130 lb.
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Re: Which Cooker for the RV

Postby memphismike » Fri May 07, 2010 12:09 pm

chubby is right at 115 lbs. the Party is right at 130lbs. Either could be strapped to a 2 wheeler for easier moving .Both are around the same outter dimensions so it will pretty much be area you have to store and how much are you going to cook at one time.
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Re: Which Cooker for the RV

Postby RickC » Fri May 07, 2010 4:13 pm

I stand corrected it is 115 per the website, thanks MemphisMike.
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