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Walmart.com has Ozark Trail Heavy Duty Camp Grill (22172) on sale for $11.97. Store pickup is free if stock permits or free shipping on orders $35+. Thanks Cypher2001
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This looks like a descent deal based on what I've been looking at.

24x16 Camp Grill. Not something you want to backpack with, but a nice addition to the car kit.


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They are factory painted. The first time you place it back in the fire, the paint burns off. Personally, I wouldn't use this to cook directly on. I use mine for holding my cast iron cookware.
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Repaint? I wouldn't recommend that
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Nice! I ran into this at the B&M about a month ago and thought it'd be great for car camping with the family. Looked sturdy and folds flat. A great price, grabbed one, thanks OP!
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Have one and thinking about picking up another. I would recommend repainting at the end of the each season as it will be solid rust after use.
Repaint? I wouldn't recommend that
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Have one and thinking about picking up another. I would recommend repainting at the end of the each season as it will be solid rust after use.
Or just plastidip it...
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Repaint? I wouldn't recommend that
They are factory painted. The first time you place it back in the fire, the paint burns off. Personally, I wouldn't use this to cook directly on. I use mine for holding my cast iron cookware.
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They are factory painted. The first time you place it back in the fire, the paint burns off. Personally, I wouldn't use this to cook directly on. I use mine for holding my cast iron cookware.

Agreed. Our rack is rusted and dirty but we don't cook directly on it so it still works. We use a skillet or pie irons on ours most of the time. A cheap tin foil pan from the dollar store is useful for small things like hotdogs or hamburgers if you don't want to hold them on sticks or whatnot.
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perfect. thanks! got one at a good price.
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From our experience, we place a foil layer on top then we can safely grill /bbq, etc. stuff. Works good. We do the same with our outdoor grill in our backyard. Though we clean the grills regularly, it's something we always do to be on the safe side.
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Just note the dimensions: 17.5" W by 3" H. Not much space left after a 12" skillet goes in. I guess it's fine if you have a small party on your camping trip.
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Repaint? I wouldn't recommend that
Maybe they meant using rust-oleum (spray).
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Just note the dimensions: 17.5" W by 3" H. Not much space left after a 12" skillet goes in. I guess it's fine if you have a small party on your camping trip.

Its 24x16, I believe based on the packaging.. You should be able to get 2 12' skillets on it from what I can tell. Usually these are about 6-8" off the ground when unfolded.
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Have one and thinking about picking up another. I would recommend repainting at the end of the each season as it will be solid rust after use.
I have a couple of these. I burn them off pretty well on their first trip, not too hot or that mesh will burn and/or sag. After that I cook a ton of bacon, get the fat all over these and I'm good. I wire brush them to clean off anything that sticks but I don't have rust and am not eating paint.
At the end of the trip I put them back in the boxes they came in and toss them in the trailer. I have a set of cheap cotton gloves I use to handle them and stuff the gloves in the box for next time.
My buddy did the same but then came across some free stainless shelves at his work, he cut those up and replaced the metal mesh with stainless. That's pretty slick too
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