Originally Posted by polar bear
We are thinking of buying a Weber Q100 grill and want to connect it to our propane tank. Is anyone familiar enough with a 2009 Forest River Lexington 255DS to know if this is possible?
This is not specific to the Lexington but there are a couple ways.
You can buy a pressure regulator and hose assembly, then fit it up to the grill the same as a BBQ grill at home base.
Another way (which I did on my Wildwood for my Sidekick BBQ) is if you have a connection point (or can create one) in the propane piping of the Lexington you can go from there to the grill without a regulator because that line is already regulated by the TT connection regulator.
If your Weber has an attached regulator you can buy a propane hose without regulator and come off of your TT tank directly.
By the way welcome to the forum from mid California.
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