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#61 OFFLINE   atchafalaya_man

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Posted 11 March 2013 - 11:30 AM

Hey Doug, Our Adventurer we bought last march had the no oven option which we wanted and do not miss it. Very good storage gain!!

Love that idea.  I may remove mine and when I sell the camper, just give the whole thing to the next owner. "HERE'S YOUR OVEN.  REINSTALL IT IF YOU WANT TO."    :)



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Posted 11 March 2013 - 11:34 AM

I was thinking of this type of counter top burner: http://www.harborfre...tove-35559.html

 

With this type of LPG oven: http://www.colemanca...257.en.products
 


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Posted 11 March 2013 - 12:06 PM

Here's the one we pulled.... notice the rust.

 

 

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Posted 11 March 2013 - 12:10 PM

Here's the one we pulled.... notice the rust.

That's just character, not rust.  Wire brush it and spray the inside and pipes below the burners with some high temp silver paint.     Yours is practically what I was suggesting so, Cook - On!!!!



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Posted 11 March 2013 - 12:21 PM

Pete:

I own one of those Har Frt stoves, but mine is a 3 burner but practically the same size. It has a toaster oven and griddle burner on top.  The stove works like a charm.    I also have added a 10 dollar cast iron griddle that sits atop it. 

 

BUT, as the reviews say, "It's bigger than it looks in the picture."  The one I own might be an inch longer and about an inch or more higher, but is the same depth.  

 

I just brought mine out to the TC and set it over the stovetop for the photo below.

 

I happen to be building an outside storage box for it which will be shown below as well. 

 

 

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Posted 11 March 2013 - 01:37 PM

I saw those with built in oven at the store and wondered if they are too small to be useful. There are nicer counter top burners that are lower profile, but that one was the easiest to link. How does the oven do for even heating?

 

We run the generator or have hookups for our convection/microwave combo, but I would consider a larger LPG fueled oven if I became a busy baker in a turn of lifestyle. I researched these prior to ordering our Arctic Fox with the oven delete - I figured that LPG port on the bumper may have a use if our habits changed or could be run off its own bottle.


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Posted 11 March 2013 - 01:59 PM

I saw those with built in oven at the store and wondered if they are too small to be useful. There are nicer counter top burners that are lower profile, but that one was the easiest to link. How does the oven do for even heating?   I've never even tried to make toast in it.  At first glance, that's all it's probably good for.  When the oven is working, the flame from the griddle-burner is burning in open-air above the oven box.  The radiation from it goes down into the little oven box.   Based on this, it looks like it only heats from the top.  The bottom of the oven is merely the bottom of the stove.  

 

Perhaps the thing works.   I'll try to bake a biscuit tonight and let you know. 

 

We run the generator or have hookups for our convection/microwave combo, but I would consider a larger LPG fueled oven if I became a busy baker in a turn of lifestyle. I researched these prior to ordering our Arctic Fox with the oven delete - I figured that LPG port on the bumper may have a use if our habits changed or could be run off its own bottle.  That Coleman gas oven was +/-$150 dollars.    I'd find a $20 electric toaster oven, and run the genny. And the toaster oven works anywhere, even in your house.     



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Posted 11 March 2013 - 02:41 PM

Skip the biscuits.  I'm pretty sure the words "Cook and Grill" on the side of it, and the word on the glass door "GRILL" and the lack of a 'baking pan' in there (only a elevated wire 'sandwich rack') is an indicator this isn't an oven but merely a heating device for open face sandwiches, cold pizza, etc.



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Posted 11 March 2013 - 06:37 PM

Ok we're going to try and clean the cooktop first before we start changing anything. 

 

Picked up mini blinds today and should get those installed in the next few days. Also got the new cushions & curtains on order. It's slowly coming together. 


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Posted 11 March 2013 - 09:06 PM

Hey Doug, Our Adventurer we bought last march had the no oven option which we wanted and do not miss it. Very good storage gain!!

 

Love the storage!!


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Posted 13 March 2013 - 03:20 PM

Got a couple of the mini blinds installed....

 

 

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Posted 13 March 2013 - 06:05 PM

whoa! where did you get that blind for the entry door?

 

the blinds look great. do you have a way of attaching the bottom of the blind when down so they dont swing around when driving? dont know how much they would move around though.


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Posted 13 March 2013 - 06:21 PM

hey jamminalong didnt hear did you want us to bring the cook top to the ralliecooktop1IMG_20130313_211240.jpg Took it out of a camper I was building a few years back been in the garage collecting dust. Have to locate the knobs think I put them in side the cook top. Counter standing on its side when I took the pic.


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Posted 13 March 2013 - 07:00 PM

whoa! where did you get that blind for the entry door?

 

the blinds look great. do you have a way of attaching the bottom of the blind when down so they dont swing around when driving? dont know how much they would move around though.

My Lance 900 and 990 both had mini blinds.  I would pull them all the way up when traveling, but they did have little clips to hold down the ends.   Aren't we proud of Jammin's progress?  Yea, we are!!!!



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Posted 13 March 2013 - 11:37 PM

whoa! where did you get that blind for the entry door?

 

Are you talking "Me"?   :sign0020:

 

 

 

hey jamminalong didnt hear did you want us to bring the cook top to the rallieattachicon.gifcooktop1IMG_20130313_211240.jpgTook it out of a camper I was building a few years back been in the garage collecting dust. Have to locate the knobs think I put them in side the cook top. Counter standing on its side when I took the pic.

 

We're going to clean ours up first and see if it works. I'll keep you posted! I appreciate the offer.  :fing32:

 

 

 

My Lance 900 and 990 both had mini blinds.  I would pull them all the way up when traveling, but they did have little clips to hold down the ends.   Aren't we proud of Jammin's progress?  Yea, we are!!!!

 

LOL! Thanks for the support ha ha!! 2 more weeks and I'll really try to impress you...  :happy0045:


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Posted 17 March 2013 - 01:16 PM

Ok here's the update:

 

got all the mini blinds installed and pulled the extra slats to fit.

 

Pulled the cooktop & sink to clean as mentioned and now reinstalled. Replaced the kitchen faucet since it showed signs of water dribble from a hairline crack. A shout out to Johnson's RV Center for the NATCOA support and discount!! Thank You!!

 

before and after pic of cooktop.

 

drained the lines, filled the fresh water tank...no leaks!

 

last week we fired up the refer on electric and it works great!

 

Used the battery minder this winter, installed the battery and hopefully will hold a charge.

 

Once the tc is on the truck we'll refill the propane and fire it up. If the cooktop doesn't work we'll consider other options like a new cooktop or patching the counter and getting a portable cooktop like mentioned earlier.  

 

We've had rain & hail off and on and NO LEAKS!! Still need to reseal/caulk everything since it's long overdue. That's the summer project.

 

Wow! So much to check and do even with a used tc. 

 

 

 

 

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Posted 17 March 2013 - 03:05 PM

great job. its almost time for a campout.


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Posted 20 March 2013 - 08:45 AM

stovetop cleaned up good almost can read the instructions? is that what I see?


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Posted 20 March 2013 - 09:44 AM

stovetop cleaned up good almost can read the instructions? is that what I see?

 

of what's left, LOL! Looks like whoever cooked on it before darn near caught the camper on fire... :scared0011:

 

I'll keep you posted on the cooktop. Obviously I'll need to do something if this one doesn't work.


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Posted 21 March 2013 - 04:34 PM

:)  you've come along way.  Great Job!!   Bet you can't wait for that first trip.  oh boy :sign0162:   Take lots of scenic pics with the t/c in the pic. Great memories.

 

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