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Coleman Coleman® RoadTrip® LXE Grill
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streaker69;91378 Wrote:This 20qt dutch oven?

http://www.amazon.com/20-Qt-Dutch-Oven-7...B008N7Y21A

Not sure why it's a 20qt, with the size of 16.25" wide by 6.5" deep, the math doesn't really work for 20 quarts. There's about 429 cubic inches inside, and 231 cubic inches in 1 gallon, 4 quarts to a gallon, so it looks like it would hold a little less than 2 gallons.

This is a 21 Quart Water Bath: http://www.hayneedle.com/product/granite...4AodrDgA_g

meaning it's able to a little over 5 gallons of water, at 8lbs/gallon, that's about 40lbs on those legs. I see you said it can be used on a table, but I'd still be concerned about it actually being able to hold a water bath, unless it was one of the small water baths.
I wont argue with your math, we use about 2 gallons of peanut oil in the dutch oven when we make fresh fries. we use a second oven to cook wings or shrimp and onion rings. i understand your concern about the legs, i will be looking at them when it gets here. I have plenty of chrome moly tubing that has thick wall diameter that will sturdy it up if needed. i also have enough steel that i can make my own reinforcements/gussets if needed
nothing like fresh cut fries cooked in peanut oil
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stove showed up today, grill/griddle plat too. seems sturdy. im at 210lbs and it supported my weight. picking up a gas bottle and some cast iron and ill be ready to fire it up.
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(03-24-2013, 02:10 PM)goofin Wrote: looking to get a gas grill and was thinking about a portable. theres just 2 of us, i already have a adapter to multi appliances to run off a 20 or 30 gal tank. pros/cons?

 I prefer a charcoal or wood fire but sometimes using a Coleman RoadTrip like this https://bestoutdooritems.com/coleman-roa...xe-vs-lxx/ Propane, grill on one side and stove eye on the other. We like it and it's under $ 75.It on wheels so you can move it around really easily.I also use portable one from Walmart like Sunbeam, but for me, Coleman is better.Look this video about portable grills 
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