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Old 05-31-2015, 01:55 PM   #11
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Piped Gas

I had tried to use the gas hook through a Flagstaff "A" frame and with the regulators they have on the system, you barely got enough heat to do anything. I gave up on that and just got a Weber 50060001 Q 1000 Liquid Propane Grill, bought a folding stand for it and a small 5 lb tank and it works great. A little slow heating up but gives me all the heat I want. I like a hot grill. Now have a Flagstaff Micro Lite FRBS and don't even bother trying to hook up the supplied grill.

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Old 05-31-2015, 03:02 PM   #12
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We have a 2014, bought a Coleman road trip grill and tried hooking into our pre piped propane tank and the grill will not work. Anyone have an answer?
I just recently bought an 08 Flagstaff fifth wheel and it appeared to be set up for the outside grill. When we look for the hose it didn't exist. The dealer told me he would have to run a high pressure line to attach those to because the outside grill requires high pressure. Instead, he gave me a 20 pound bottle and a hose to attach to the grill. See the attached photo.

I actually prefer this because when I use the grill I'm not draining my 30 pound tanks. In my 20 pound tank gets low it's easy to exchange. Not only that I can use the grill anyplace I want such as on the picnic table if I choose. I can also use the tank to hook up my Coleman two burner stove for my want.

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Old 05-31-2015, 08:40 PM   #13
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The grills regulator has a small bottle gas connector on it. Go ahead and keep that reg and add a female quick connect to it. That way if you want to carry your grill down to the river side for instance you can still use the throw away bottles. Best of both worlds.
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