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What Kind of Grill Do You Have 03 Oct 2008 19:07 #76

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Bannod;205899 wrote: It looks like I'll be getting the shelf also. :)

Is the level lock rod holder mount sturdy enough?


I think you'll be best off if you have the real estate for this:

"Dual" Locking Flush Deck Socket Mount"

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If not try to at least get the two mounts
Here's there mounting accessory site

There's nothing more fun than drilling the first holes in your brand new boat.

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What Kind of Grill Do You Have 03 Oct 2008 22:13 #77

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What is it with guys and drilling holes in their boats!? That first hole would be like a hole through my heart. :(

I bought a suction cup shower caddy that will stick to the wall next to the sink and I also have the stick on velcro stuff to hold another caddy on the dash, just so I wouldn't need to drill a hole.

I think I'll get the power grip level lock rod holder mount for now. Maybe I'll work up to the one you suggested, one of these days. :D

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What Kind of Grill Do You Have 04 Oct 2008 04:10 #78

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The Newport grill only requires one hole, the Catalina two. We have the single mount (did have to drill a new hole in the teak rail for it though!), and it works fine. It was hard to see a hole drilled, so I know what you mean, but it was worth it in the end with the BBQ being there!

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What Kind of Grill Do You Have 05 Oct 2008 22:18 #79

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Ack! I waited a day too long. Now the Newport Grill is $270 at West Marine - $67 more!

I think I'll wait until it comes on sale again. We aren't going to be doing any grilling til late spring, anyway.

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What Kind of Grill Do You Have 06 Oct 2008 03:12 #80

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Bannod;206829 wrote: Ack! I waited a day too long. Now the Newport Grill is $270 at West Marine - $67 more!

I think I'll wait until it comes on sale again. We aren't going to be doing any grilling til late spring, anyway.


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Don't forget to tell WM that you are a 'new boat' owner. They'll give you an extra discount (It's either 10 or 15%) for a month or so. Make sure you get your list together so you don't miss out on the savings. Call Harbor Marine in Everett, WA for the price on the newport or find it at the best price on the internet. Print the ad, take it into WM and show them the ad. They'll beat it then add your "new boater's Discount'. I did that and paid $239 for mine.

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What Kind of Grill Do You Have 06 Oct 2008 15:25 #81

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Thanks for the info, Todd. I just found the grill online for $229.99 at Spinnaker Jim's. With the new boater discount, that'll just about put me back to West Marine's sale price. And if I pick it up in Portland, no sales tax!

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What Kind of Grill Do You Have 06 Oct 2008 18:48 #82

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Bannod;207177 wrote: Thanks for the info, Todd. I just found the grill online for $229.99 at Spinnaker Jim's. With the new boater discount, that'll just about put me back to West Marine's sale price. And if I pick it up in Portland, no sales tax!


Yeah, if they match spinnaker Jim's less the New boater's discount(10%) you'll be in for $206.99 and you'll be stylin'.

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What Kind of Grill Do You Have 12 Oct 2008 15:58 #83

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I picked up the grill at West Marine on my way out of Portland yesterday. They matched Spinnaker Jim's price, plus I got a 10% new boat discount on the grill and other stuff I bought, like trailering clips, sunglasses, etc. They didn't have the mount I wanted in stock so I have to order it. Other than that, we're ready to go. Now we just need the boat... :D

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What Kind of Grill Do You Have 12 Oct 2008 18:39 #84

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Bannod;209795 wrote: I picked up the grill at West Marine on my way out of Portland yesterday. They matched Spinnaker Jim's price, plus I got a 10% new boat discount on the grill and other stuff I bought, like trailering clips, sunglasses, etc. They didn't have the mount I wanted in stock so I have to order it. Other than that, we're ready to go. Now we just need the boat... :D


Sounds good. Glad you got the discount and asked for the price match.

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What Kind of Grill Do You Have 08 Nov 2008 03:03 #85

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Late, but after reading lots of posts I was set on buying one of West Marine's rectangular shaped ones mentioned earlier, but found an original Kettle on a great sale and decided to try it. Results? Well it has never cooked too fast or blown out using on Lake Pleasant, AZ or the Sea of Cortez, MX. I've broiled steaks, hamburgers, lamb chops, pork chops, and fish with great success, I just had to learn to preheat until the interior deflector was glowing red-hot and watch it carefully. We do not like overcooked meat or fish! Never a problem. Also, I've yet to run out of gas while cooking, but have only used two small one pound canisters. I have also used the stove top smoker on it with great success (the mini just fits).

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What Kind of Grill Do You Have 08 Nov 2008 16:58 #86

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I have a Magma that can be mounted on a rail. Propane kettle style. Good grill.

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What Kind of Grill Do You Have 08 Nov 2008 22:22 #87

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We used the 17" round Magma for about 6 years and it worked great. Just replaced it with the Force-10 rectangular simply because I like the mounts better. In fact, if someone is looking for a round Magma Grill I will be posting it in the classified section soon.

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What Kind of Grill Do You Have 06 Jan 2009 05:16 #88

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We have used the Weber Go-Anywhere, propane model and love it, but am going to look into making mount now that I have seen some of the posts.

Thanks Islander

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What Kind of Grill Do You Have 09 Jan 2009 01:46 #89

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Marty Schwartz;220550 wrote: We used the 17" round Magma for about 6 years and it worked great. Just replaced it with the Force-10 rectangular simply because I like the mounts better. In fact, if someone is looking for a round Magma Grill I will be posting it in the classified section soon.

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I could be interested. Probably cost me more in fuel to pick it up then I would save hhhmmm.....

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What Kind of Grill Do You Have 22 Apr 2009 01:04 #90

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Got mine at Lowes in the off season for 40 bucks- bought a bracket from Overtons on sale. Used stainless screws and she is now mounted. Total investment- 58.00 and it is stable and works great...!

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I would love a link to that bracket!

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What Kind of Grill Do You Have 22 Apr 2009 04:23 #92

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I use one just like that! but I had to make stainless inserts to block the vent's ,, it would go out in the wind ,, I bought a bracket from tracker ( pontoon square rail ) and machined inserts to accept round rail .. 5 years and flawless , we even leave it in place under way we just pivot it aft a little.. bad pic sry


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What Kind of Grill Do You Have 22 Apr 2009 04:33 #93

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The grill that i won at a party. :arr

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cbrenthus;284621 wrote: I would love a link to that bracket!


let me see if I can find it- it works like a champ- but to make sure it does not move I put the front plate of the grill on and the drilled it all the way threw the bar and put lock nuts on them. It's so stable, I leave it on while pulling the boat to the marina and back home. It almost looks like it was made for the boat.

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2651- I have not had the blow out thing ---yet-- but it has not been to windy either. If I run across it, I might be hitting you up for how you did it.

Cool grill Wayne- I would be afraid of using it because it looks so cool.

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What Kind of Grill Do You Have 22 Apr 2009 15:32 #96

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spiritgreenville;284814 wrote: 2651- I have not had the blow out thing ---yet-- but it has not been to windy either. If I run across it, I might be hitting you up for how you did it.

Cool grill Wayne- I would be afraid of using it because it looks so

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I just cut some stainless and it wedged in without needing any type of fastening cool

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What Kind of Grill Do You Have 24 May 2009 20:04 #97

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West Marine had everything we needed for this set up for our 2455

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It works great for steaks and veggies (in foil). I leave it mounted all the time, it's really solid. I remove the canvas, lower the rear seat, and use the dinette table to hold everything. Sorry, that's the only photo I have for now.

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nice ! I like the Boat layout also

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What Kind of Grill Do You Have 25 May 2009 04:31 #99

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Att: BOC'ers-

I stopped in WM today and they have the Kuumho Stow='n=go on sale from $198 to $99, I was thinking about a Catalina but this grill looks just as nice, a bit smaller (less than half the price, too).

Does anybody have any feedback on this model?

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I also checked it out and it looked like a decent unit .
Heck my stow and Go was 99 $ but needed some mods to make it boat ready so this is def a deal IMHO

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