Coleman 9949-750 Road Trip Grill LXE

Coleman 9949-750 Road Trip Grill LXE

  • From Coleman, 36-inch collapsible propane grill for use at home or on the road
  • With 285 square inches cooking space, grill features porcelain-coated cast-iron grates for durability and cleaning ease
  • Meats cook over 2 10,000 BTU straight burners; requires separate purchase of a 16.4-ounce disposable propane cylinder
  • Additional features include towing handle, wheels, and detachable side tables; assembly required
  • The collapsed grill measures 36 by 22 by 13 inches with a shipping weight of 60 pounds; limited 5-year warranty

Coleman Roadtrip LXE Grill sets up and tears down in seconds! It’s the perfect camping trip grill when you want to cook for a crew! Has a fold-up stand with wheels that collapses down to a convenient pack-away size: Fully-adjustable cooking power up to 10,000 BTU on each burner; PerfectFlow control system provides pressure regulation for consistent output throughout the life of your 1-lb. or 20-lb. propane cylinder (with proper accessories); InstaStart electronic ignition offers matchless lighting; Durable vitreous lid and painted steel case with a porcelain-coated cast iron cooking surface inside; Tool holders and side tables built in for easy use; Removable grease management tray; Versatile mix & match surfaces… has grill, griddle and stove capability; Limited 5-year warranty; Measures 46 x 18 x 35″. Order yours today! Coleman Roadtrip LXE GrillTake the convenience, efficiency, and versatility of the household barbecue grill on the road this summer with the clever Roadtrip Grill LXE from Coleman. Whereas other portable liquid propane grills are petite and tabletop in design, the Roadtrip LXE is a full-size grill with collapsible scissor legs for countertops or travel. This 36-inch grill features 285 square inches of cooking space, ideal for toting to the beach or just into the driveway a small block party. Two 10,000 BTU burners cook meats evenly. Independent control knobs allow users to adjust temperatures on either burner for flexibility.

The grill comes equipped with two warp-resistant cast-iron grill grates, coated in porcelain for cleaning convenience. Two side tables attach to the grill’s sides for extra preparation space and store neatly under the grill. A grease tray catches drippings, sliding out for cleaning. The grill is outfitted with an Instastart electronic ignition. The grill affixes to a standard 16.4-ounce disposable propane cylinder, or can be hooked up to a 20-pound tank with an additional accessory purchase. Burning on high with a propane cylinder, the grill operates for 2.1 hours, while low settings allow operation for up to 4.5 hours. A heavy-duty vitreous lid cased in painted steel contains flames to reduce hazard while barring access to bugs and debris. The collapsible legs feature two wheels on one end and a wide handle on the other for towing. To clean the cooking surface, use mild detergents and avoid steel wool. Coleman offers several interchangeable Roadtrip cooking surfaces, including a stovetop and griddle, for separate purchase. This grill requires assembly. Coleman offers a limited five-year warranty for this item. Collapsed, the grill measures 36 by 22 by 13 inches with a shipping weight of 60 pounds. Propane is not included. –Jessica Reuling

List Price: $ 199.99

Price: $ 157.50

Harley Davidson Softail Night Train, Fat Boy, Cross Bones, Dyna, Super Glide, Street Bob, Low Rider, Fat Bob, Wide Glide, Touring, Road King, Street Glide, Road Glide, Electra Glide, Softail & Cross Bones Softail Cruiser High Quality Chrome Billet Aluminum Cone Spike Air Cleaner Kit Intake Filter Motorcycle

Harley Davidson Softail Night Train, Fat Boy, Cross Bones, Dyna, Super Glide, Street Bob, Low Rider, Fat Bob, Wide Glide, Touring, Road King, Street Glide, Road Glide, Electra Glide, Softail & Cross Bones Softail Cruiser High Quality Chrome Billet Aluminum Cone Spike Air Cleaner Kit Intake Filter Motorcycle

  • Spike Air Cleaner Kit Intake Filter
  • High Quality Chrome Billet Aluminum
  • Quantity: 1 Kit
  • Racy look and more performance gain
  • Condition: 100% Brand New

Attributes

  • High Quality Chrome Billet Aluminum Cone Spike Air Cleaner Kit
  • 360 degree slotted chrome spike cover
  • Filter is washable
  • Comes with adapters and hardwares for easy installation
  • Filter Size: 4.9″ Diameter and 9″ Length ( Top to Bottom )
  • Professional installation is highly recommended

Specifics

  • Quantity: 1 Kit
  • Instructions: Not Included
  • Condition: Brand New, Never Used
  • Material: High Quality Billet Aluminum

Installation Rating

1 = Very Hard
2 = Hard
3 = Fair
4 = Easy

Model Specific

  • 2000-2010 Harley Davidson Softail series with EFI (Fuel Injected) or Carbureted engine: Night Train, Fat Boy, Cross Bones
  • 1999-2010 Harley Davidson Dyna series with EFI (Fuel Injected) or Carbureted engine: Super Glide, Street Bob, Low Rider, Fat Bob, Wide Glide
  • 2002-2007 Harley Davidson Touring series with EFI (Fuel Injected) or Carbureted engine: Road King, Street Glide, Road Glide, Electra Glide
  • 2008-2009 Harley Davidson Rocker Softail & Cross Bones Softail

List Price: $ 264.47

Price: $ 114.99

Out Of Gas-Tips To Lower The Cost Of Hitting The Road

Out Of Gas-Tips To Lower The Cost Of Hitting The Road

This book offers you practical tips as well as action you can take to help you save money on gas.

Table Of Contents:

Chapter-1: Drive Sensibly- Burn Less Gas
Chapter-2: Don’t Be A Fool Over Fuel
Chapter-3: Changing Your Habits WILL Lower Your Gas Expenses
Chapter-4: Follow These 7 Hyper-miler/Eco-driving Tips and Save
Chapter-5: Trade In Your Gas Guzzler for a Hybrid
Chapter-6 : Can You Save With These 3 Alternative Fuels?
Chapter-7: Performing Simple Maintenance Can Save You A Small Fortune On Gas
Chapter-8: A Few Simple Ways To Stay Away From The Dreaded Gas Pump
Chapter-9: A Car Pool Can Be Totally Cool!
Chapter-10: Some Of The Best Ways To Consume Less Gas
Chapter-11: Sweat It Out A Little And Stay Away From The Pump
Chapter-12: Speed Can Kill Gas Mileage-And You!
Chapter-13: Why You Should Avoid Fuel Economy Products And Gimmicks
Chapter-14: Little Known Ways To Improve Your Fuel Economy
Chapter-15: Less Junk In The Trunk Means More Cash To Pass!
Chapter-16: Plan Your Trips Ahead To Avoid Wasting GasThis book offers you practical tips as well as action you can take to help you save money on gas.

Table Of Contents:

Chapter-1: Drive Sensibly- Burn Less Gas
Chapter-2: Don’t Be A Fool Over Fuel
Chapter-3: Changing Your Habits WILL Lower Your Gas Expenses
Chapter-4: Follow These 7 Hyper-miler/Eco-driving Tips and Save
Chapter-5: Trade In Your Gas Guzzler for a Hybrid
Chapter-6 : Can You Save With These 3 Alternative Fuels?
Chapter-7: Performing Simple Maintenance Can Save You A Small Fortune On Gas
Chapter-8: A Few Simple Ways To Stay Away From The Dreaded Gas Pump
Chapter-9: A Car Pool Can Be Totally Cool!
Chapter-10: Some Of The Best Ways To Consume Less Gas
Chapter-11: Sweat It Out A Little And Stay Away From The Pump
Chapter-12: Speed Can Kill Gas Mileage-And You!
Chapter-13: Why You Should Avoid Fuel Economy Products And Gimmicks
Chapter-14: Little Known Ways To Improve Your Fuel Economy
Chapter-15: Less Junk In The Trunk Means More Cash To Pass!
Chapter-16: Plan Your Trips Ahead To Avoid Wasting Gas

List Price: $ 4.51

Price: $ 4.51

Running shoes wear out before they stop working. (road report).(considerations when buying running shoes ): An article from: Running & FitNews

This digital document is an article from Running & FitNews, published by American Running & Fitness Association on July 1, 2003. The length of the article is 786 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.

Citation Details
Title: Running shoes wear out before they stop working. (road report).(considerations when buying running shoes )
Author: Bruce R. Wilk
Publication: Running & FitNews (Newsletter)
Date: July 1, 2003
Publisher: American Running & Fitness Association
Volume: 21 Issue: 4 Page: 5(1)

Distributed by Thomson Gale

List Price: $ 5.95

Price: $ 5.95

Back Alley – Malvern Road

Back Alley – Malvern Road
Budgeting Tips
Image by Alan Stanton
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11 December 2009. Two angles from a back alley. With accumulated
dumping at the rear of a squatted house in Malvern Road.

Haringey Enforcement Team had reorganised so staff cover a ward as their own ‘patch’. It’s a sensible change which lets them build closer links with local residents, groups, and agencies like the police Safer Neighbourhood Teams. As a ward councillor, I arranged a walk with our local Enforcement officer. He and his colleagues were talking to the landlord of this squatted house to get the dumped rubbish cleared.

Alleygaters

This alley was one of dozens in Haringey which were gated around 2001 by a project called Alleygaters. This initiative was led nationally by the Home Office and Metropolitan Police.
§ For more information click here.

The main aim was to reduce burglary, as break-ins are far more likely at the back of a house.
In some parts of London, installing high lockable gates reduced the number of rear access burglaries by 90%.

The Alleygater initiative was successfully tried in Enfield, one of our neighbouring boroughs. Haringey was keen to take it up, because – as well as burglary – we had problems with alleys used for fly-tipping rubbish, and abandoned cars.

Haringey’s project was funded by the Labour Government’s Neighbourhood Renewal Fund (NRF). This targeted the 88 most deprived areas of the UK. As the NRF National Evaluation showed, these initiatives were often highly effective. Although subsequently, local council services often failed to integrate such projects in their mainstream work.
§ Read the National Evaluation: Impacts and Outcomes of the Neighbourhood Renewal Fund.
§ NRF Evaluation – brief summary.

In Haringey the alleygators projects involved successful joint work between the Council’s Neighbourhood Management team and some go-ahead staff in the Haringey Urban Environment Department who worked together hard to ensure that local residents were consulted and involved and that projects were completed on time and on budget.

However, this initial success suffered the usual weakness of the Urban Environment Department: its inability to balance doing the work to and for local residents; and successfully inviting and encouraging their engagement and active support. ("co-production")

§ A story from Jane Jacobs.

What are some healthy options (other than salad) when eating on the road?

Question by Marcello: What are some healthy options (other than salad) when eating on the road?
I am on the road a lot with work and I like to try to eat healthy. I will eat the odd chicken salad or spinach salad, but for the most part I need something with more substance. What are some good options to eat that are quick enough to eat for a light lunch but not too expensive to make it unreasonable (maybe under $ 10).

Best answer:

Answer by hotwheels5515
Turkey or Chicken Sandwiches??

Add your own answer in the comments!

Mommy Bloggers Hit the Road

I held a meeting for the Silicon Valley Moms Group bloggers this spring here at CBS, moms who blog about parenting, politics, and everything else. The video is here on my channel. Well, a bunch of those bloggers are heading to San Francisco for the annual BlogHer conference. Five of them are getting there by road trip…from DC all the way to SF! Check out their blog at momroadtrip.com!
Video Rating: 4 / 5