I bought a grill at the Coleman store that the manager swore could not be connect to the supply line of my 364TS. Well I got it home (and it stows fine in the pass pass through storage) order some quick disconnect fitting online, a 10' line w/quick connect fittings, and a trip to Lowe's for some brass connectors to get from the Chilean proprietary connection to the grill, removed the regulator, had to put it on a vise to bust the glue and be able to untreated it, but at the regulator end was a 1/4" standard filling. Got some leak detector and works great. We even have one of those gas fire rings for cooking marshmallows, wife loves camping but doesn't appreciate smoky smell all over the inside and on everyone new cloths after a real fire (so me and the kids do make from ends with the neighbors and will go sit over there sometimes - but that's another story. Anyway got tired of only plugging in the grill or the fire ring so ordered some more quick connect fittings and another trip to Lowe's for more brass connectors and now have a T fitting, and 2 more lengths of 10' line. Works awesome, so now on chilly me ring can fire up the fire ring while I could OK breakfast to have some extra heat. Again, leak checked everything to make it safe. Not having used the propane for the water heaters, although we used the furnaces (both of them) back in the spring, using inside stove and burners, and the outside grill and fire ring, the propane tank is still reading 2/3 full after 50+ nights of camping.
2015 Georgetown 364TS, '14 Fiesta 5 spd w/Tandem Tow Dolly HDXL 8x10, & EZGO Customized Cart
'16 - 51 days camping so far, 19 more min planned; '15 - 56 days
2011 Flagstaff V-Lite 30WFKS '14 - 24, '13 - 33, '12 - 36, '11 - 29, '10 - 23