This isn't finished, but I wanted to share the idea. I've been trying to think up a way to mount my grill stove (Thanks again Jage!) to the van when boondocking or camping without a picnic table. I hate grilling on the ground. I got some cheap, light ladder hangers from Lowe's the other day and mocked up some wood pieces to hold it up. I have some square aluminum tubing I'll be using on the finished product. I'm thinking 2" or so small bolts and wing nuts to hold it all together where I can break it down and store it easily.
Yes, this would be much better on a right side ladder, but it depends on the circumstance too. On a left ladder gets any grill smoke away from the doors.
I was thinking I did not want a side latter, but after seeing these, I kinda want one now. I have the same grill and love it.
I was thinking about all of the uses I had for a ladder long before I decided I needed it for a ladder. Racks for stuff like this, a place to hang clothes, a tie off for just about anything. I would really love one on the passenger side too.
Was looking at your setup and the first thing that came to mind was to hang a light on the ladder above the stove. Wold be handy for cooling dinner in the spring and fall when it gets dark early.
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