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Old 03-21-2011, 11:58 AM   #21
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The Road Trip grill takes a 3/8" flare female fitting. I eventually found a Camco 4100 kit at a truck accessory store (although it had been sitting on the shelf for quite a while). It has the QD that fits the TT, the other end has a valve with a 1/4" flare male fitting. Although I don't need the valve, it was all I could find that did not have a regulator on it. I went to the local hardware store and used a couple brass fittings to go from the 1/4" male to the 3/8" female. It screws onto the grill, just have not tried it out yet. I'll post a pic as soon as I am able.
Do you have the red Road Trip with wheels or the blue with the stationary stand legs? I haven't been able to look closely at the blue one yet but, I'm feeling that the grill side connections are different which is why I think I'm having such a hard time finding one. I'll wait for your pic and post one of mine when I get it out of the TT that's in storage.

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Mine is actually black with wheels, which is an updated 10th anniversary model of the red one.
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Old 03-21-2011, 04:16 PM   #23
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Do you have the red Road Trip with wheels or the blue with the stationary stand legs? I haven't been able to look closely at the blue one yet but, I'm feeling that the grill side connections are different which is why I think I'm having such a hard time finding one. I'll wait for your pic and post one of mine when I get it out of the TT that's in storage.

Thanks!!!!
This is what I'm dealing with......
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rracer5, hopefully this helps. This is the hose I have which fits both the trailer and my road trip grill. Essentially the brass fitting (3/8" female coupling) screws directly onto the grill, without using the regulator that comes with the grill (mine looks just like the one in your pictures). Although there is a valve on the hose(could not bypass), I will just keep it on high when using the grill since it is just a valve and NOT a regulator. The connection kit designed to be connected to a trailer supply line, post regulator (according to package). Now, I do not know if it actually works, but everything connects and it appears it should work.
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rracer5, hopefully this helps. This is the hose I have which fits both the trailer and my road trip grill. Essentially the brass fitting (3/8" female coupling) screws directly onto the grill, without using the regulator that comes with the grill (mine looks just like the one in your pictures). Although there is a valve on the hose(could not bypass), I will just keep it on high when using the grill since it is just a valve and NOT a regulator. The connection kit designed to be connected to a trailer supply line, post regulator (according to package). Now, I do not know if it actually works, but everything connects and it appears it should work.
Thanks. Now I can see what I have to put together.

Oh, and before you light it, check for leaks with soapy water....I will too.
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