Outdoor kitchens and front ends

Discussion in 'Towables' started by krsmitty, Jun 24, 2013.

  1. krsmitty

    krsmitty Senior Member

    My brother has a new Jayco with the outdoor kitchen. Does anyone have any extended experience with them? Problems with the wood, rust etc.?

    For you TT owners...Any experience or heard anything if there is any difference in towing/mpg between TT's with the flatter front end and the newer ones with the more rounder aerodynamic front ends?

  2. cathybcaroll

    cathybcaroll Junior Member

    Now the outdoor kitchen trend has been on the rise most people like it to install because these kitchens make social gatherings more vibrant and entertaining for your family as when they are just a few steps away from house while spending the night outside in the fresh air with close friend and family.
  3. H2H1

    H2H1 Senior Member

    my outside kitchen are my grills. I have 3, electric, gas, charcoal. But that just me, I have seem many of the unit on the outside of the TT. I would think most would enjoy them.
  4. C Nash

    C Nash Senior Member

    The rounder aerodynamic front ends will help with MPG IMO. Also makes handling a little better JMO.
  5. Bobj 616

    Bobj 616 Junior Member

    It only makes sense that a rounded front would be better . Compare pulling a flat wall into the wind with pulling a smooth ball. (JMO no scientific evidence was noted in this post.:) )
  6. capsfloyd

    capsfloyd Junior Member

    I have a flagstaff with flat . A friend has the windjammer
    .not much difference when your pulling 7,000 lbs. Maybe 1 mpg .
  7. capsfloyd

    capsfloyd Junior Member

    My Flagstaff has the full size outside kitchen . Swing out grill , microwave, sink, cabinets. Love ours cook on it all the time

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