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Old 06-02-2012, 01:23 PM   #11
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Amazon SS Camco grill looks good. How much better do you think the quality is over the original black grill that came with the TT.?
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Old 06-02-2012, 01:24 PM   #12
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Here is the link to the grill I purchased from Amazon. The grill came with the quick connect built into the grill. It also came with 1 hose (about 3 feet long). I purchased another hose (not knowing it came with one), however I can hook those 2 hoses together and get close to 12 feet of length.

Does your grill have a regulator? If so I don't believe you can use that as the MH is regulated at the connector.

I also have a Weber Q and removed the regulator and put on a quick connect for the supply hose. I was able to get one made up at a local camping store. He made it on the spot and made it to any length that I wanted.

While your idea of attaching the grill to the door is nice, I personally want my grill as far away from the coach as possible when I am using it. I feel that the chance of the grill flaming up while grilling burgers, steak, or anything else will probably occur and I don't want those flames and heat anywhere near the fiberglass sides. JMHO.
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Old 06-02-2012, 01:28 PM   #13
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My Weber Q220 does have a regulator. I tested it and it works but that may explain why the gas pressure seemed low and it took a long time to heat up.
You are exactly right.
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Old 06-02-2012, 01:32 PM   #14
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I also have a Weber Q and removed the regulator and put on a quick connect for the supply hose. I was able to get one made up at a local camping store. He made it on the spot and made it to any length that I wanted.

While your idea of attaching the grill to the door is nice, I personally want my grill as far away from the coach as possible when I am using it. I feel that the chance of the grill flaming up while grilling burgers, steak, or anything else will probably occur and I don't want those flames and heat anywhere near the fiberglass sides. JMHO.
Used it over memorial for grilling burgers and chicken. It flamed up a bit but I was was not concerned about the fiberglass. I feel it sits far enough away from the sides the flames will not get close enough to damage the sides of the RV.
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