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Old 05-27-2015, 12:27 AM   #1
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"Broil king porta-chef 120" vs wildwood xlite

Hi any insight on required fittings for hooking up broil king porta-chef 120 BBQ grill to a 2011 wildwood xlite 26bh? Either on low pressure propane line, or at main supply before regulator? Any comments are appreciated.
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Old 05-27-2015, 10:06 AM   #2
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I am not familiar with that grill but if it uses the disposable type bottles you will need to connect between the trailer regulator and the tank(with the proper hose) as it is a "hi-pressure" unit, the connector on the grill is usually your regulator and flame adjustment. If it connected to a 20# type cylinder you can remove the grills regulator and connect to the trailers quick disconnect (low pressure) with the proper hose. Hope this helps.
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The Porta-Chef has a hose with regulator and QCC connection. I used a Porta-Chef with my previous TT and bought a 'Y' fitting to go on one of the 30lb tanks and a 20' hose with a female QCC end. I wound the line around the top of the two tanks under the cover and unwinding it and setting up the BBQ was one of my setup jobs. I bought the parts at a Camping World on a trip through the states... don't know where you are in Ontario but most RV dealer parts departments have the stuff you'll need (I've seen the stuff at Sauders, McPhails, Leisure Days).

If you do have an external quick disconnect on your trailer for a grill (mine didn't) then you could, as GasMan says, remove the Porta-Chef's hose and regulator and simply replace with a suitable length hose with a quick disconnect end on it and run directly off your trailer's low-pressure rail.
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Thanks for comments guys, much appreciated.
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