Originally Posted by vinmaker
I do not believe it is possible. The problem is the pressure.
The outlet you talk about is located after the pressure regulator on your tanks. Because of that it is considered a low pressure line. The RVQ's run on the low pressure.
Other stoves have their own regulators built in because you connect a tank directly to it. The problem is if you hook up a low pressure line to a unit that has a regulator built in, it will be even lower pressure. It would not generate any flame.
Tank - regulator - regulator = very low gas flow.
You have 2 issues. As quoted, you have to find a 2 burner stove that will run on low pressure, and does not have a regulator. One designed for a small PUP interior will be your best bet. They will not be as cheap as you would hope.
The sceond issue is once you have a suitable stove is designing a mount system that uses the rail. This is not as hard if you are reasonably handy. On my Coleman Westlake PUP, the included outside stove had the particle board mounting pad disintegrate over time. I removed the hardware, and built a new pad out of marine plywood. I made the surface and folding support size to suit me, and used the existing stove and rail hardware.
When we bought the A122 this past March, after 1 attempt to mount the RVque grill, it was semi-permanently stored in our garage overhead (along with the Porta-Potti). We use a 2 burner propane stove (not Coleman due to propane leaks in the several I have owned) with the throw-away bottles at the picnic table as our primary cooking device. The bottles last at least a full weekend camping trip of cooking - and I'm not BBQing or cooking against the side of the camper. Also, I have the rest of the picnic table as an adjacent work surface.
FWIW, dishes are washed at the picnic table also. I have 2 nesting tubs, one for washing and one for rinse, and a collapsible drying rack. We use mostly paper products, so washing is mainly for cooking items and utensils.
just our camping style and experiences