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HitchFire Grill

Grill where no one has grilled before with the new HitchFire Grill, the world’s first hitch-mounted grill! Made for any outdoor enthusiast seeking to explore off the beaten path, HitchFire introduces the idea of Adventure Grilling with their new Forge15 grill; making sure you can enjoy your favorite meal with friends and a view no matter where your trips take you. Running off the ubiquitous 1lb propane cannisters, the Forge 15 is made of rugged powder-coat steel built on a stout tubular frame to withstand the abuses of the pavement and trail. The grill is designed to be used either on the hitch with the sturdy swing out arm, or removed and used for table top use. The hitch-mounted design keeps the mess out of your vehicle and saves valuable trunk space so you can pack more of the gear you need. watch the video below



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Impuls BMW K101

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