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Old 05-25-2015, 06:13 PM   #1
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What do I need to hook coach propane to grill?

I just got a Sunseeker 2860 DS and it has the outdoor kitchen. Part of the kitchen is a gas line for a BBQ grill. I would like to get an adapter if possible, to hook the gas line to my Weber Q grill. What kind of adapter can I get? What is it called or even better, do you have a link to Amazon or some website that sells it?

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Old 05-26-2015, 07:45 AM   #2
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What do I need to hook coach propane to grill?

A while back I watched a video on how to adapt the Coleman grill to the 2860 port but It involved taking apart the flow valve on the grill and using some of its parts and I wanted to maintain the ability to still use the grill remotely (little green Bottle)
There is prob a vid for your Weber out there
I could always buy a second flow valve but the little green bottles last a whole 4day trip so I've been a little lazy and less gas used from the RV
Filling those (RV tank) is a bit inconvenient
I also use a separate 20lb tank for my gas fire pit for the same conservation reasons.The fire pit EATs big but again a lot more convenient and less hassle than lugging around Wood especially if you just want a quick instant camp fire
You should be able to adapt it if you wish
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If it is a 'low' pressure line.

Converting WeberQ for Berkshire Quick Connect
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If it is a 'low' pressure line.

Converting WeberQ for Berkshire Quick Connect
Thanks, looks like that would do the trick and still allow use of the green bottles.
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I purchased an inline propane Tee that is the same connection as the little propane bottles. I also purchased an extension hose that allows me to connect anything that you can screw a bottle onto. I can use this on my BBQ, Stove, Campfire in a Can, etc. JH
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