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Ok guys let's see them grill set ups. I want to put mine onto a track system overhanging edge of boat. Looking for ideas.

 

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Following. I’m going to build one also.


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I had one of these....Traxstech bracket for hand reel or mounting a grill....but I sold it. Never did mount the grill. I think it would be easy to fabricate one.
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This is exactly the bracket I was looking at. Think I will weld up one instead of buying one. Do you think you need to support the pr9pane tank or can it hang

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Stone;

 

I have the setup shown & have been enjoying it for the last four years, it works great.  You can let the bottle hang, or use a 5, 10 or 20  lb propane tank with a longer hose.  Love mine, & it is great to troll past another boat with marinated backstraps smelling great!

 

good luck!

 

John

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Stone;
 
I have the setup shown & have been enjoying it for the last four years, it works great.  You can let the bottle hang, or use a 5, 10 or 20  lb propane tank with a longer hose.  Love mine, & it is great to troll past another boat with marinated backstraps smelling great!
 
good luck!
 
John
Thanks that's the plan make the boat feel like home so I get to spend more time on it.

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Yeah you should be able to let the bottle hang, just make sure your connections are tight. I bought an 11 pound Manchester tank for ice fishing and love it. It’s the same diameter as a 20 pound tank so it doesn’t tip over like other smaller diameter tanks. The only drawback is that is 2X the price of a 20 pound tank. I ordered it online through Ace Hardware and had it shipped to our local store. ($60).
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Yep that's what I'm picturing and what I would like to do. How do you like it anything you would do different?

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2 minutes ago, stoneam2006 said:

Yep that's what I'm picturing and what I would like to do. How do you like it anything you would do different?

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I wouldn't change anything.  It works really well for us.   It's very easy to setup and take down with the track setup.  

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I wouldn't change anything.  It works really well for us.   It's very easy to setup and take down with the track setup.  
Awesome exactly what I imagine

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I took the post that came my grill and cut it down to about 5 inches and welded it to piece of aluminum that fit in track I test fit be for cutting been using for at least ten years that way never take it off except to store in winter


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I have a magma kettle grill with the rail mount and works great, the track mount would be sweet too and imagine would be stiffer but if I tighten the rail mount appropriately then have had no issues. Here's a similar setup

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