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    Grilling out on the job site

    Does anyone have a grill hooked up to the propane on your torches Iím thinking about splitting the propane and having a grill on my truck always hooked up is this a bad idea or whatever reason please let me know thanks



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    Quote Originally Posted by Horsepower126 View Post
    Does anyone have a grill hooked up to the propane on your torches I’m thinking about splitting the propane and having a grill on my truck always hooked up is this a bad idea or whatever reason please let me know thanks
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    How often would you use it? Is it something that would justify the loss of work tool space on your truck. Are you transitioning to a food truck?

    Oh, and med/rare for me.

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    I'll take mine medium well. I can handle a little blood but I don't want it moooing at me.

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    The use of a propane tree for heater, grill, and lantern is common in hunting camps. I do not know about using a tree with your torch. Make sure your fire extinguisher is full and you can use it to chill a warm beer while the meat is cooking. Personally, I would not attempt it.
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