Recently I decided to get rid of our Stowaway box in lieu of using a rear mounted ladder for BBQ and chairs. This decision was based on my previous experience of using RVs’ ladders to carry BBQs and chairs. Stowaway was good but too easy to fill with stuff I didn’t use. Getting BBQ quickly out and setting it for cooking was a task often leading us to a restaurant.
I got Prime Design ladder and designed BBQ mount using my left over 8020 stuff like 2107 latches, corner brackets with aluminum plates. The mount objectives were: fast to mount and remove, allow for cooking on the ladder.
It takes seconds to attached the BBQ with attached mount to the ladder with 2 spring loaded 8020 latches. In the forward position (close to the ladder) it is ready for the road.
By loosening 4 wing nuts on the bottom of the mount I can move the BBQ away from the door for cooking and reverse for travel.
It is a typical basket case design, so it is a little on the overdesigned side, but it works. It is fast enough to cook any sausage, white, or polish, or even blood one on a rest stop.
I still need to get a cover for it.
For chairs I will use a simple mount like this one which I used previously - https://www.amazon.com/Camco-Support.../dp/B000EDUUJ4