Sidekick grill attaches to RV for convenient use

Sidekick grill attaches to RV for convenient use

 

By Bob Difley

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Sidekick grill

Fleming Sales has released a new 11,000 BTU LP gas grill designed to be used on a tabletop or attached directly to a recreation vehicle.

The RVAD400 Sidekick grill offers 214 square inches of cooking surface and 66 square inch warming surface, and includes grill, bracket, mounting rail and LP adapter. The bracket mounts to the side of most RVs and folds up for easy storage. The grill, when attached to the bracket, converts to a table top stand.

The Sidekick measures 17 inches long, 21 inches wide, 11 inches high, and weighs 27 pounds.

Features:

  • 11,000 BTU single ribbon stainless steel burner
  • 270 sq. in total cooking surface includes a 66 sq. in. warming rack
  • Comes with an RV mounting bracket that folds up for easy storage
  • The mounting bracket can convert to a stable base that allows the grill to be used on a flat surface
  • Includes heavy-duty brass quick-connect adapter to utilize 1-lb. LP gas tanks and use of the grill in other locations

You can find the Sidekick Grill on Amazon.

You can find Bob Difley’s RVing ebooks on Amazon Kindle. Follow on BoondockBobblog.

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One thought on “Sidekick grill attaches to RV for convenient use

  1. Drifter

    These grills are great space saves but I prefer not to cook right next to the RV for several reasons: Smoke, oils and fats from cooking go into the air and cling to the side of the RV and to the bottom of the awning from wind and breezes. In addition the potential danger of added and repeated heat applied to the side of the RV every time I cooked would always concern me.
    My preference is to cook away from the RV having the option to face the BBQ and stove in a direction best suited for the wind and smoke. As I said, it is just my preference.

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