Gas Go Anywhere griddle


 

Peter Hansen

New member
I recently picked up a Rocky Mountain 10x16 carbon steel griddle off Amazon. It was mentioned on this board by another user as fitting the GA perfectly. It fits quite nicely, as it can rest on the same ledge the grate typically sits on. Unfortunately it can dip and tilt down in the corners when downward pressure is applied. I don’t want to be in a situation w something like bacon going and I accidentally tip it and grease pours into the flame. So I added 4 quarter inch stainless bolts and washers and nuts to just under the ledge to keep it from being able to dip. Now it’s nice and snug, and I can store my grate on top of the griddle in transit. Lid can hang off the back as well when cooking. Pic is after the first couple rounds of seasoning the carbon steel. It’s passed the egg test so far!4266701D-5857-4CE0-9BFD-75978B7C22E0.jpeg
 

Joe Anshien

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Nice fit. Please post pics of the underneath setup with the nuts and bolts if you could. Also post the link to the griddle if you can.
Thanks
Joe
 

Peter Hansen

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Here’s the link to the griddle on Amazon.

and some pics of the “cleats” I put in. 1/4” stainless with flat washer, lock washer, and a nut. One near each corner. It prevents the griddle from taking a corner dive when downward pressure is exerted.

also, I can store my grate on top and it all still closes up!
 

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Peter Hansen

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Nice - Do you think the grill gets enough O2 with that on? Have you noticed anything?
I thought about that. There are definite air gaps, though minimal. I haven’t noticed anything yet. I’ve gotten the griddle up above 500. My concern would be a flameout and then subsequent trapping of propane. I don’t plan on leaving it unattended during operation, especially in breezy conditions. If it affects airflow too much, I can set it on top of the cooking grate.

it’s primarily to be a camping set up, so I’ll be testing it quite a bit this summer!
 

Joe Anshien

TVWBB Pro
I thought about that. There are definite air gaps, though minimal. I haven’t noticed anything yet. I’ve gotten the griddle up above 500. My concern would be a flameout and then subsequent trapping of propane. I don’t plan on leaving it unattended during operation, especially in breezy conditions. If it affects airflow too much, I can set it on top of the cooking grate.

it’s primarily to be a camping set up, so I’ll be testing it quite a bit this summer!
You will have to report back with some in-use pictures.
 

 

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