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MORryde Camping Kitchen with Propane Stove Tray for Jeep Wrangler

MORryde Camping Kitchen with Propane Stove Tray for Jeep Wrangler

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Cook meals on the trail with this slide-out camp kitchen for your Jeep Wrangler. Modular system supports a portable fridge and a 2-burner propane stove. Nesting trays are easy to open and lock in place while stored to prevent movement during travel. 1-800-940-8924 to order MORryde camping kitchen part number MR73QR or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all MORryde products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for MORryde Camping Kitchen with Propane Stove Tray for Jeep Wrangler. Camping Kitchen reviews from real customers.
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MORryde Camping Kitchen - MR73QR

  • Appliances
  • Trail Kitchen
  • Slide-Out Kitchen
  • Camp Stoves
  • MORryde
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Cook meals on the trail with this slide-out camp kitchen for your Jeep Wrangler. Modular system supports a portable fridge and a 2-burner propane stove. Nesting trays are easy to open and lock in place while stored to prevent movement during travel.


Features:

  • Modular system turns your Jeep's cargo area into a compact camp kitchen
  • Nesting trays slide out for quick access to your food and cooking space
    • Top tray supports a portable fridge or other kitchen appliances
    • Bottom tray holds a 2-burner propane stove
  • Sliding trays lock in place while stored to prevent movement during travel
    • Tie-down points on each tray let you secure your appliance - includes 2 cam buckle straps
  • Available accessories (sold separately) expand your kitchen for more convenience on the trail
    • Countertop extension provides more space for preparing food
    • MOLLE panel lets you store MOLLE pouches or RotopaX containers
  • Secure installation to the floor pan of your Jeep with included hardware - drilling required
    • No-drill kits (sold separately) for JK Unlimited and JL Unlimited provide an easy, hassle-free installation
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Application: Jeep Wrangler YJ, TJ, JK, JK Unlimited, JL, and JL Unlimited
  • Top tray dimensions: 25-1/2" long x 15-3/4" wide
  • Stove tray dimensions: 22" long x 15-3/8" wide
  • Height between bottom and top trays: 4-3/4"
  • 1-Year limited warranty


JP54-060 Jeep Trail Kitchen with Grill Slide for Jeep Wrangler TJ, YJ, JK, JK Unlimited, JL, and JL Unlimited

Installation Details MR73QR Installation instructions

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Video Transcript for MORryde Jeep Trail Kitchen with Stove Tray Review

What's up everybody, it's AJ with etrailer.com. Today we're going to be checking out this trail kitchen from MORryde. Now, what this is going to do is you can set your fridge up here and your grill down here, and it all stores in the back of your Jeep. That way it has a permanent place to sit, you don't have to worry about it sliding around in the back. You wouldn't be able to put the grill on top of this, it wouldn't stay there. You'd have to set it next to there, and that takes up more space on the side.

Now it's all collapsible and stays in there nice and neat. Let's check it out. What this is really good for is overlanding. You can be straight up camping. If you have-you're all going on a camping trip, you're sleeping in a tent still, but you want a cooking station, this can still be your cooking station off to the side.

Just be less to pack. You wouldn't have to pack a table or anything like that. And it's a really easy pull out. And then it's really easy to clean up cause you just push it all right back into place. So there's not a whole lot of setup and take down.

The setup we got going today is we got our propane grill out here on this section. This is where you would set the grills on here. It's got tie-down points here. So when you fold it all up, you can use straps to strap it down, so it stays in place. You also have our fridge up here.

This is on the heavier part, that's what this has meant for. So this is going to be nice and sturdy. I can shake it back and forth. There's a little bit of movement, but there's a bunch of bolts in it. It's not going to fall. It feels pretty sturdy. It's just cause we have it extended so much. Over here on the other side, we have our power supply And that's how we got our fridge running that way. And we can keep that in the back of the Jeep. There's plenty of room for that and other gear here on the side. I mentioned the tie-down points earlier but I just wanted to show you one of the issues we had with it. The included cam buckle strap. While long enough you could tie it down. But these clips come off when you go to slide it close. So as you slide it close, it hits on the edges here, and that just doesn't work together like we think it should. But we do have etrailer cam buckle straps, you can see that they're a little bit longer for this application, but it's nice and secure, the grill is not moving anywhere, and it still slides into place. Let me show you. Another thing we like is that the cam buckles on the other straps that it comes with we're exposed. We have a cover on ours, so you can see it's going to protect any scratching here or when you go to close it, it does hit a little bit at the top, but it doesn't damage anything. You just push it in. You see how that one catches just a little bit You just push down on it, it goes right into place. Here's the tie-down points for the fridge area. Our cam buckle straps, the etrailer ones, will work with here too. You can wrap/run them through these portions, run them along the top and get it strapped down tight. Now let's go over how it works. You have these yellow levers here on the side and you push down on the flat side. So you see this one you're going to push down. This is when you have to push the side. Just remember, always push down on the flat side. So push down side of the main portion first, just like that. You'll hear it lock into place, and then we'll do the same thing for this one. Now it might stop like that, but that is just when it's transferring over from one caster to the other. So you just give it another pull and it slides really easily. And it's the same way in reverse. That is a little harder there just to get it into place. With it locked, I can push down on this lever, push it back in too. Let's go over the usable space on the grill tray. From front of back, 22 inches. From side to side, Looks like it's 15 and 3/8. And then we're going to do height too, to see how high up the grill can sit. Looks like it's four and 3/4. Before we show you how to install it, there's two different ways you can actually do it. We can get the no-drill plate like we're going to use today, and that way you don't have to drill holes in the bottom of your Jeep. If you don't have that plate and you're fine with drilling the holes and making it permanent, you can do that. But if you want to see how to do the plate that's how we're going to do it, follow us. Today, we're gonna be using the bolt-in kit. Now there's two different versions of these, there's one for the JK and the JL Wrangler. So make sure you check and make sure you got the right one, that way you can get this installed properly. First thing we're going to do is remove these D-rings here at the top. So we're just going to loosen these and then you want to make sure you get the ones that are closest to the back seat. So, you know, in our instance it's going to be the ones furthest away from us so we got here, and here. So remove those and that's where we're going to reinstall the bolts for this. Now, in addition to those other, two D-rings up front we're going to do the second, most rear one right here. We're gonna use the T 27, just like we did before to loosen this up and remove this. Now with it loose, we can just remove it here from the driver's side. So what we're going to do before we put our plate in place is, we put these spacers over the rib nuts. And something you'll want to do, because we had to go through it is, go ahead and remove that back mat out of your Jeep. We put ours to the side there because that thickness of that was just enough to where this is how much bolt comes out. So there's not a lot of bolt that comes out. So with the carpet, there was even less. So like, we couldn't get it to install, so you have to remove your back mat and this will install way easier. Then we'll set our plate over that. Line it up with those spacers. Make sure you do it with all these on the left side, you want the arm here on the right side. So the bolt is going to be that bolt and then a lock washer on top. So we'll just drop that through the spacer, and then try and tighten down that way. Then come through with an Allen wrench and tighten it back down. With this installed nice and tight, we just come back with the caps and put those over the holes. The next thing we're going to do is install these feet at the back of it. And the way you can tell it's the back, you can see the yellow handles. That's going to slide the trays out when we get it installed. So there's just a good way to see which way it's sitting in there. Now, we've got the most rear hole here, so that's what we're going to install one of our feet. You got a spacer, it goes over that, slide right in there, and then we have a nut that'll go on the inside. You got to just hold the nut there with your finger and then you can turn the foot and it'll screw into place. The way we're doing it today is that there is no subwoofer in here, So we're going to install it in this hole. If you did have a subwoofer, you would put the spacer or the foot right here in this hole instead. So just take a look in the back of your Jeep, see which one you have, and then you'll know which one to use. We're also going to take the second one and install it in the rear-most hole back here, just so it sits evenly in the back of our Jeep. We've lined up the holes that we could on the plate here. We got three of them. We've got, this lines up here and then these two over here are lined up. So I'm going to take the bolts and install. Just get them hand tightened first, and then I'll come back down and tighten down the rest of the way. Now we're going to add our spacer to the furthest to the rear hole, here. So this is going to go underneath. So we're going to lift up with one hand to get that side up and then kind of try and line this up. Looks like it's about there. Set it down. I'll take the longer bolt. Looks like it's not quite lined up right I'm trying to use this hand to do that to get this bolt through, we'll drop this in and start tightening it down. The last step is to adjust the feet, that way it's balanced out. So you want to pull it all the way out and see how it sits. And we saw that it was kind of leaning one way on us. The instructions aren't super clear on what you should do, but this is what we did to make it work. It had an extra foot in there, so we installed it here right next to where we just put this one in. We put this here to kind of balance it out and it looked a little wonky until we tightened this one back down and then it evened back out flat. Now with it installed, we went ahead and put our accessories on there. We've got the grill and our fridge. So, one thing I will mention after we did this and you go to slide it back in place, before you fully tighten it down I would test that. Our fridge is a little bit bigger than a normal cooler. So we found, when we went to go slide it all back in, it hit against that seat. So we actually had to take this back off and loosen the bolts and just shift the trail kitchen forward towards the back of the vehicle one bolt hole, and then do that. We re-did everything. Now we can slide it back into place, it doesn't make any contact with the seats. I can show you. Everything slides back in like that. And now it's out of the way, we can close the gate. It doesn't hit the seat, so it works pretty well then. Just wanted to give you that heads up so you don't have to do the same thing we did. I think that does it. Thanks for hanging out. And I hope this helped..


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MORryde Camping Kitchen with Propane Stove Tray for Jeep Wrangler - MR73QR

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (4 Customer Reviews)

Cook meals on the trail with this slide-out camp kitchen for your Jeep Wrangler. Modular system supports a portable fridge and a 2-burner propane stove. Nesting trays are easy to open and lock in place while stored to prevent movement during travel.
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