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Old August 31st, 2009, 05:52 PM
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1997 D-90 ST (red)
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Expedition Grilling Device

I wanted a smallish but super stout charcoal grill that I could use for wheeling, camping and tailgating. Built a few prototypes and ended up putting one of the all-stainless designs on the Internet. Not trying to plug them here, but the brief and pointless durability test of us driving over the grill in a D90 while trying not to laugh is pretty entertaining. I think I spawned a few spin-off attempts on one of the other boards, so figured I would share the pics and video here. Yes, the grill was fine. It has a receiver built into the rear panel that mates to the mounting bar. No, I don't wheel with it hanging off the back of the truck.


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