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Old 07-14-2018, 08:52 AM   #1
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Default Celano grill outside bracket

My used 210WBS came with the Celano grill in the bag and looks like it had never been used. Unfortunately the metal frame that hangs on the outside that the grill sits on is not in the TT. The rail is mounted to the side but the black frame is missing. I have searched and searched, but have had no luck finding anything for this grill. I know I can use it as a tabletop but would really like to have the frame. Anyone have one or know of where to get one that will work? If not I have a rail in the garage and can build a table that will mount on the side with a support leg (built one for a popup we had and not that difficult).
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Old 07-14-2018, 07:15 PM   #2
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Are you referring to this? https://www.campingworld.com/grill-mounting-rail
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Old 07-15-2018, 06:17 AM   #3
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Thank you but that piece is already attached to the side of the camper. I'm looking for the black metal frame that hangs on that rail and the grill sits on it.
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So you are looking for the hardware the grill sits on when on the side of the camper like in this photo

https://www.campingworld.com/low-pressure-grill-black

Not sure if camping world sells that separately from the grill but never hurts to ask !
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So you are looking for the hardware the grill sits on when on the side of the camper like in this photo

https://www.campingworld.com/low-pressure-grill-black

Not sure if camping world sells that separately from the grill but never hurts to ask !
That would be it yes. I will check with them.
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Otherwise, closest thing I found but may require some modifications ???

RVQ II Collapsible Grill Mount Bracket from RVQgrill.com
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Otherwise, closest thing I found but may require some modifications ???

RVQ II Collapsible Grill Mount Bracket from RVQgrill.com
Now that looks like it might be the ticket.
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You may be wasting your time. I used my grill for the first time last year at "family camp". It was a real DUD!!! It seemed to be working correctly as he hung there....but even on full burners, it just would not keep up with either of the two Coleman propane stoves that were sitting on the picnic table. We finally had to shut it off and transfer to the food to the grill that really cooked.

It was brand new.... never used. I gave it to Good Will I think. Or maybe stored it in the attic. It will never travel with us again.
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