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Old 05-30-2012, 06:02 PM   #1
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Hello...Does anyone know what type of gas line we need to purchase to use with the coleman roadtrip grill? We want to hook it up to the exterior gas line on our Primetime tracer 2800rld. We bought it from Amazon and 2 different gas lines but neither will do the trick. Hope to hear real soon. Thanks Bob
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Old 05-30-2012, 06:06 PM   #2
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need to see fitting on your grill .
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Old 05-30-2012, 07:22 PM   #3
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Need to know which one you bought:
Coleman RoadTrip Sport Grill
Coleman RoadTrip LXE Grill
Coleman Road Trip Classic Grill


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Coleman Roadtrip Grill

You will not have much heat in your grill unless you connect to a high pressure tank, Walmart and Camping world have the adaptor hoses. These grills are made with Coleman fitting and regulator for a high pressure tank. Your external line on your trailer has been reduced to low pressure by the regulator at your tanks. If you "built" an adaptor hose to connect the Grill to the trailer the flame would be so small that a burger would cook in terms of hours. Been there, done that, now connected to a 20 lb tank.
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Need to know which one you bought:
Coleman RoadTrip Sport Grill
Coleman RoadTrip LXE Grill
Coleman Road Trip Classic Grill


It is the roadtrip lxe grill.
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as walke stated the external gas line is low pressure .
coleman grill requires high pressure .
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as walke stated the external gas line is low pressure .
coleman grill requires high pressure .
Yep! Ditto. won't work.
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We have a Coleman Road Trip grill as well, but as far as the gas line goes, it should't matter what brand you have. You must connect directly to the propane tank(s) in order to get high pressure gas. The Coleman has a regulator that connects to the rear of it. You can get the hose at most RV supply places. You'll also need an adapter for the line to be able to connect to the tanks. Available at the same fine RV stores. We bought both items at Camping World and you can see them on their website.
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I have a roadtrip grill and use the external gas line. The roadtrip has that long specialty nut that screws onto the back, that is also attached to the regulator. The regulator can be removed, then I used a small threaded nipple to attach to specialty nut and hose. When I get home I can take a picture of my setup and send to you. It works great.
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I have a roadtrip grill and use the external gas line. The roadtrip has that long specialty nut that screws onto the back, that is also attached to the regulator. The regulator can be removed, then I used a small threaded nipple to attach to specialty nut and hose. When I get home I can take a picture of my setup and send to you. It works great.
Id like to see it as well.
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