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The Advantages of Trailer Hitch Grills

29 October 2010 No Comment

There are many advantage of trailer hitch grills. One of them is that instead of being limited to the amount of space or size of you portable grill, you can easily bring a full sized regular barbeque grill, as well as many other accessories with you, like your ice chest, or an extra table. All of this you can attach to your trailer hitch.

With Trailer hitch grills, there is no need to even detach your grill to use it, or even to put your tail gate down. Many models have a swiveling arm, which opens up to a ninety degree angle, or even more, so you can open up your grill, have plenty of space to cook and entertain with the tailgate down. This makes them ideal for camping, foot ball tailgate parties, etc. You have your ice chest close to you, all of your accessories, and when you’re finished, you just pull up the leg, swing the arm back into position, and lock it into place.

These trailer hitch grills are often well built. They are the same high quality grills you would expect to find in your own back yard. They can be connected to regular five gallon propane tanks, or even have standard charcoal. They can also come with all the bells and whistles you would find in large models, with grilling racks, temperature gauges, and even table space for condiments.

You may think to yourself that trailer hitch grills cost a lot of money. In truth, they don’t really cost that much more than a quality grill you would find at many retail outlets. They range in price from around $400 to $600, depending on the bells and whistles you add to it. As you can see, they are quite comparable in cost, yet instead of being stuck in your back yard, you can bring them just about anywhere.

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