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Old 01-13-2016, 02:52 PM   #41
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Originally Posted by Filterman View Post
I have a question on this subject. Went through the forum and didn't see it in here. Mine is plumbed and ready for a quick connect close to the rear of the trailer. I've looked at my BBQ and looks like no issue to take off the regulator and plumb right into the BBQ . But the Coleman camp stove has the little skinny tube that goes into the end of the stove and has the regulator built into it. Is there an adapter from the little nut that screws onto the stove to a propane hose.
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I don't know the specifics of your grill either but here's one that has worked for me on several different grills. Screwed right on.

CAMCO Quick Connect Grill Adapter

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Old 01-13-2016, 07:46 PM   #42
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Originally Posted by jeff64 View Post
We use it. When I got the TT, we opted out of the RVQ and had a outside gas stove substituted for it. They can be had in both 2 or 3 burner styles. We have the 3 burner one but, IMHO the 2 burner is the better choice.
I have converted a Weber Q100 to use the quick connect system as well and it works perfectly as long as you take the regulator off of the grill. ( You can't double regulate Lp)
I have a Weber Q100 as well. Really like to know how you set up the mods to hook up the Weber directly to the trailer propane fitting? Any pics?

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Old 01-17-2016, 09:25 PM   #43
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Originally Posted by Cigarman View Post
Use it all the time. Added one to our new rig almost immediately. I love the convenience.

How did you go about adding one? Is there a retrofit kit available?
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Old 01-18-2016, 03:42 PM   #44
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Originally Posted by ddbck View Post
99% of our camping is boondocking, so less is more. We used the bracket were the grill goes & hang a expanded shelf that I built there. The Camp Chef sits under & in front of the shelf a few feet from the camper. The Camp Chef 2 burner is set up to connect to the quick connect & we use it religiously. I never really felt comfortable hanging a grill directly to the side of camper. Here's a few pics of the new table & stove hooked up.
I love your shelf idea. In the one picture that has the frame of your shelf and the smaller shelf with the countertop material on it.....where is that made to go? We bought our Shamrock used and found that small shelf in the storage compartment and couldn't figure out where it was supposed to go.

Thanks to all that have replied! I think I will buy the accessories that I need and used the quick connect Now if it would just warm up so that I can actually use it!!

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