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Old 05-16-2013, 05:15 PM   #51
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Well the BT grill has its own regulator, like the webber, was looking at it last night and it looks like i can modified it to run from my camper, but i like the idea to be able to move it anywhere and not be limited to one place. Will be using a 20# gas tank since I have the hose and the tank already.
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Old 05-16-2013, 05:35 PM   #52
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As an FYI, for those that didn't get one and still want one, Walmart sells them. They are currently $199, but take the sale ad in and they should honor it.
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Old 05-16-2013, 06:18 PM   #53
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As an FYI, for those that didn't get one and still want one, Walmart sells them. They are currently $199, but take the sale ad in and they should honor it.
Most Walmart store require a ad match store be within so many miles. So this might not work for a lot of us my closest store is roughly 100 miles away
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You can also get a refill valve to refill the 1lb bottle from your 20lb.

Amazon.com: Gascru Brass Propane One Pound Tank Refill Adapter EZ Coupler P432: Patio, Lawn & Garden

Also, get the brass caps for the small bottles to limit leakage.
Propane Tank Brass Cap, 2 pack - Mr. Heater F276400 - Propane Hoses and Adapters - Camping World
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Old 05-16-2013, 08:43 PM   #55
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Finally decided to take mine out of the box. Nice looking unit, now to find a place to store it in the camper. Sure not something to use on an overnighter. Heavy for a portable.
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Old 05-17-2013, 06:32 PM   #56
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Well the BT grill has its own regulator, like the webber, was looking at it last night and it looks like i can modified it to run from my camper, but i like the idea to be able to move it anywhere and not be limited to one place. Will be using a 20# gas tank since I have the hose and the tank already.
Thanks Camping Buddys, based on what you said about the built-in regulator (which I suspected with the small cylinder hook-up) I opted to get a different pit.

I got the Sportsman's Series Stainless Steel Gas Grill with cover (item # 643404, Sam's Club, $100) and the Lifetime Products Tailgate Table (item # 338021, Sam's Club, $60). The grill fits perfectly on the side stand for the table, which folds flat in the middle tucking the stand into the fold and has hooks for trash bags, paper towels, and accessories. Both grill and table will fit neatly into my bedroom slide outside compartment.

I believe I can take off and replace this grill's external hose and regulator (for use with 20lb tank) with a Low-pressure quick connect hose and pigtail combo (item #100395-combo, Tejas Smokers, $40-$54). The small pigtail will replace the hose/regulator in the picture. The larger hose will connect the pigtail back to my trailer's outside quick connect.

Maybe I can even get a female quick connect adapter so I can still use the now replaced original hose/regulator (with a 20lb bottle attached) and connect to that male pigtail (have to research that part a little more).

Like I said before, I'm not propane high-pressure and low-pressure grill smart, so I may be shooting blanks with this whole idea. Attached some pics before I'm leaving to get some more McUltras...
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Finally decided to take mine out of the box. Nice looking unit, now to find a place to store it in the camper. Sure not something to use on an overnighter. Heavy for a portable.
After setting it up and getting the hose to hook it to a 20# bottle, TOWTA and I have decided we really probably won't use it. So if someone was trying to get one and didn't succeed, pm me. We never even hooked a propane bottle to it.
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So, everyone that wanted one of these got it?
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