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post #1 of 14 Old 03-26-2017, 09:11 PM Thread Starter
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Angry Trail Grill !

Hey guys long time member and starting up a side business in CNC plasma cutting. I know there are jeep grills out there but this one I have designed from scratch and I think it looks more like a modern JK and has a bolt on option. Just trying to get one of my new products out there. I want to introduce the angry trail grill! The grill is made out of 3/16 thick steel and the cooking grate is made out of 3/16 steel. This grill folds up into 6 pieces held together by two half inch bolts with wing nuts. The grill measures 13.5lx14wx11.5h. The grill was designed to be compact for the trails and camping and fold easily. Requires no hardware to hold together but tabs have been added for clips to be added. Grill weighs about 30 pounds. Can be used with wood or charcoal. The steel comes unpainted but buyer can paint with high temperature paint if desired. As an added option this grill can be mounted on the back of the jeep with the specially designed mounting plate. The mounting plate is also 3/16 steel and includes a CB mounting tab. Grill comes with two 1/2 bolts and wing nuts. If the jeep mounting option is chosen all hardware necessary is included for mounting. Note parts may contain sharp edges or burrs. If mounting on the jeep beware the steel will rust and may want to remove when not being used on the trail or covered. The grill only option sells for $188.29 and the mounting option with the grill sells for $327.11. Shipping is free. If interested or have questions text or call me at 4403152275 or PM me. Also have a stainless grate option but it's $25 more.


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Thanks Jim !!

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post #4 of 14 Old 03-27-2017, 10:25 AM
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That thing does look bad ass. I may add it to my wish list for day trips with the wife and dog.
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Thank you I think it works very well ! And looks different than all the other ones out there for sure !

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That's kinda cool. Nice job!

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thanks guys and if anyone is really interested I have two sets of these pins that I will include free in the first two orders. I was planning on using them but really don't need them and it enables the cost to be lower.

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And since I currently do not have any steel grates I'll sell the grill with the stainless grate for the price of the steel one.

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very cool product! I probably missed it but what is teh total weight and dimensions? Thanks!


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very cool product! I probably missed it but what is teh total weight and dimensions? Thanks!
Grill only weight is about 25 to 30 lbs. Weight with mounting bracket is 40lb. Dimensions of the grill assembled is 13.5lx14wx11.5h.

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That is really slick. Good job.

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Buts it's not jeep stuff

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