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Old 09-29-2015, 12:10 PM   #1
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Hello - We have a Rockwood Mini Lite with the outside propane grill and a
retractable gas hose. Does anyone know of a two burner stove that could be used on the attachment rail and hose. At certain times of the year it would be nice to be able to use a cook stove outside. Matt
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In my experience, anything will work as you envision it. It might take some searching for the right parts but it should work.

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I have yet to find a two burner stove (not a grill) that works with the LOW pressure regulator/connector on the side of the TT...

does anyone know of one?
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I have yet to find a two burner stove (not a grill) that works with the LOW pressure regulator/connector on the side of the TT...

does anyone know of one?
Would this not work?
Just needs the regulator removed and the quick connection installed.

http://m.target.com/p/camp-chef-expl...qCqhoCszzw_wcB

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I know the propane that comes out of the side hose on my TT is low pressure ( looked up the model number of the fitting and is described as low pressure) as is all of the pressure delivered through the standard propane tank regulators...

those burners look like high pressure burners to me (in the link you provided) and although that will probably light, it wont give the heat it was designed to deliver...
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I currently use a 3 burner that came out of a pop-up. it already had the mounting channel to hang it where the grill goes and had the correct quick disconnect propane fitting. unfortunately I'm short and the stove was pretty high when hanging on the outside so I bought a 10' extension hose and set the stove on table that I can set out from under the awning if I want to. (extension hose works with BBQ also)
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I know the propane that comes out of the side hose on my TT is low pressure ( looked up the model number of the fitting and is described as low pressure) as is all of the pressure delivered through the standard propane tank regulators...

those burners look like high pressure burners to me (in the link you provided) and although that will probably light, it wont give the heat it was designed to deliver...
This one says low pressure.

http://www.amazon.com/Cajun-Cookware.../dp/B003GUCHRA

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Camp Chef sells several low pressure stoves. We bought the Weekender for $120. The burners are 20 000 btu, and extremely powerful. It comes with legs, but they are quite short, so we prefer to use the stove on a table. They also sell a RV extension hose.

http://www.campchef.com/stoves/two-b...ner-stove.html
http://www.campchef.com/rv-connection-hose.html
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Camp Chef sells several low pressure stoves. We bought the Weekender for $120. The burners are 20 000 btu, and extremely powerful. It comes with legs, but they are quite short, so we prefer to use the stove on a table. They also sell a RV extension hose.

Weekender 2 Burner Tabletop Stove | Camp Chef
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