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Roadtrip Grill Grate

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Add even more versatility to your RoadTrip Grill.
Get more meals out of your Coleman RoadTrip Grill by adding a durable Coleman RoadTrip Cast-Iron Accessory Grill. The non-stick cooking area evenly distributes the heat when you’re grilling up burgers, hotdogs and brats. The open-flame, drip-through design captures that classic grilling taste, and when you’re done, the porcelain coating is easy to clean at the BBQ, picnic, tailgate or campsite. Mix and match other accessories, like the griddle or stove grate (sold separately), for more cooking versatility on Coleman RoadTrip Grill. For use with 9941, 9949 and 9949A series models.

  • Mix and match grill with griddle, stove grate or another grill
  • Authentic, open-flame, drip-through grilling
  • Heavy duty easy-to-clean with soft brush
  • Porcelain-coated, cast iron materials ensure a long life for the product
  • Approximately 14" x 13"
  • For use with 9941 and 9949 series RoadTrip Grill

  • Technical Specs

    Tech Specs

    Weight: 5.6 lbs.

    Manufacturer: Coleman Co

    Mfg Part #: 2000019873/R9949-315C

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    Roadtrip Grill Grate: Customer Reviews

    Camper's Choice Rating

    (4 Based on 15 Reviews)

    Reviewed by 15 customers



    41 out of 65 people found this review helpful.
    April 07, 2008
    the one griddle that comes with the grill is not big enough for heavy cooking but add this and you are in high cotton! enough said!
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    Great - Unless you go camping with in-laws

    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    June 20, 2009
    It was a bright sunny May morning in the foothills of California (Scott's Flat Res) when upon my waking up and taking a nice dip in the lake I returned to camp where I saw a sight to be seen. In-laws were cooking breakfast on the RoadTrip grill, well all was going well until they cleaned my grill with a wire brush... The grill was ruined, my Bar-B-Que days were over. Until about three days later when I found all the pieces that I needed here at Camping World. So on I go into the sunset grilling for all to enjoy. So let this be a reminder not to allow the In-laws at your RoadTrip without giving them the 411 on how to clean it first.
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    Roadtrip Grated Grill - Cast Iron vs. Aluminum

    0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
    May 31, 2010
    This was our first weekend using the Coleman Roadtrip Grill (the blue one). The unit comes with an aluminum Grill Grate and an aluminum Griddle Grate. We read reviews at numerous websites and decided to buy one cast iron grill grate and compare the two this weekend. We had read the cast iron was much heavier, thus it would hold heat longer and grill more evenly across the entire grate. We read the aluminum was easier to clean and much much lighter in weight. We grilled four dinners, two breakfasts, and three lunches on the grill. We made steaks, burgers, ribs, bacon, breakfast sausage, bratwursts, chicken breasts on the bone. We usually grill 2-3 nights a week at home, so I'd say we're grill'n people! We were SURE the Cast Iron grate would rock! Ultimately we didn't see any difference between the aluminum and the cast iron until it was time to clean the grates between meals. Both held heat evenly across the entire grate and the reviews were right....The cast iron is HEAVY! When it came time to clean the grates we were able to rub the grease off of the aluminum grate with paper towels - even the barbeque sauces and sugar bases marinades came off. The cast Iron Grate seamed to bake on the sauces which made removal with paper towels impossible. I had to take it into the camper and scrub with a screan scratch pad to remove debris. Not my idea of fun! Maybe the cast iron grate was hotter so the stuff baked on, but not hot enough to notice a difference when we evenly split food across both grates to test them evenly. We'll be buying another aluminum grate! Last note: Using Pam Spray in the drop pan before beginning to grill, instead of water, made the clean up process very easy. Bring plenty of paper towels!
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