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Tow Behind Trailer BBQ Grills

Tow Behind Trailer BBQ Grills

Commercial Catering tow behind Santa Maria trailer grills.

Santa Maria BBQ is the perfect way to feed a massive hungry crowd whether is a concert, wedding, school event, fairground, rodeo, fundraisers, or farmers market. It sure to draw the attention of everyone around from the sweat smelling smoke, large chunks of meat, or the theatrics of a live fire. Santa Maria BBQ Trailer from JD Fabrications Inc. are easy to use and are the perfect tool for any BBQ enthusiast, restaurant, or team looking to start up a BBQ business. Santa Maria BBQ Trailer grills offer great portability so you can take your show on the road and Santa Maria style BBQ away from your home base. Whether you're cooking for a small group of friends, or a large crowd Santa Maria BBQ grilling is the perfect way to impress everyone with succulent smoked meats. Order your Santa Maria BBQ Trailer today!

Does my Santa Maria Trailer Grill need travel lids?

Travel lids for a Santa Maria Style BBQ Grill are not necessary unless you plan to take the grill on the road. Our lids help prevent ash from blowing out of the grill while driving on the road.

Where is the best place for prep tables?

Prep tables are an important part of any Santa Maria Style Trailer grill. They provide a flat surface for the chef to prep food on. The best place for prep tables is the front and back of the grill. This gives the chef full access to the sides of the grills without having to reach so far. When you add side cutting boards you extend the grills width up to 12" on each side making it difficult to attend to food in the middle of the grill. The front and back prep tables are the ideal location for your prep needs.

Best Santa Maria Prep table material?

When it comes to prep tables, the best material is type 304 food grade stainless steel. It is easy to clean and stays sanitary. When using a stainless prep table, be sure to have portable plastic cutting boards. These are great for cutting prepping food. The problem with making the entire prep area plastic is it will melt with the BBQ pits radiating heat. Unless you are prepping vegetables or bread, I would stay clear of wood cutting boards as they can harbor bacteria if raw meat is cut on them. Stainless steel prep tables are the best option for quality and safety.

Can I add a removable trailer tongue to my BBQ Trailer?

Yes, we can add a swing away trailer tongue to any of our Santa Maria Style BBQ trailers. A swing away trailer tongue is a great option for those that don't want to trip over the trailer tongue while working the grill. It can also be removed and stored when the grill is not being used to avoid theft.

Can I add a smoker to the back of my Santa Maria BBQ Grill Trailer?

We understand that every grilling situation is unique. That's why we're proud to offer a range of customization options for our Santa Maria Style BBQ Grill Trailers. We can add a smoker, gas grill, or deck platform to your trailer, giving you the ability to handle any grilling challenge. With our help, you'll be able to create the perfect setup for your next cookout. Contact us today to learn more about our customization options. We'll be happy to help you build the perfect grill trailer for your needs.

Do I have to register my Santa Maria Trailer Grill with the DMV?

Yes, if you are planning on driving the trailer on public roads. If you plan to purchase a large Santa Maria trailer for a private property, then you do not need to register the trailer. We do not register the trailers on customer behaves doing so prevents the DMV from double taking the sale of the trailer. 

How do I order a Santa Maria Trailer Grill?

To order a Santa Maria Grill contact us. With the size grill you want, budget you would like to stay within, and accessories you would like to have added to the trailer.

What is the lead time on building a Santa Maria Trailer Grill?

Typical lead time is 6-8 weeks. But our lead times are constantly changing. Please contact us for the most up to date lead time.

What materials are used on Santa Maria Trailer Grills?

  • 3x2 rectangular tube framework
  • 3.5K-7K axle
  • Dot Approved Lights
  • ¼” thick firebox
  • 3” standard guides
  • 1” thick round wheels
  • Ratchet Cranks for height adjustment
  • Pillow Block Bearings

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