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Re: Anyone installed a flat grill on a boat?

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Re: Anyone installed a flat grill on a boat?

This first one is cheap but it could be modified and built into the counter

Concord 32 x 17 Stainless Steel Flat Top Griddle Grill w Double Burner Stove | eBay

A better model is
Toastmaster TMGM24 24" Countertop Gas Griddle Flat Top Grill | eBay
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Re: Anyone installed a flat grill on a boat?

My father went to the local junkyard and got a sheet of welted truck running board that was flat on the other side. They cut it to size for him and my mom would slide it onto our stovetop for pancakes or grilled cheese for her family of eight, anytime. Any reasonably thick piece of flat steel should work. In our book, spending $5 is better than spending $500.

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