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Old 05-11-2014, 06:36 AM   #11
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That looks like a grill I have. Is it from Sam's? I bought it for the old 5ver new 5ver came with one. Did you have to remove the regulator to use your on board propane?

Yes. I bought it from SAM's
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Old 05-11-2014, 06:38 AM   #12
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Quick connect hose question

I found this online and it appears that it would work. The whole high pressure and low pressure stuff confuses me. Any insight from you guys on that.

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Old 05-11-2014, 08:45 AM   #13
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I think w/o the regulator it would be considered high pressure. Since you have a reg on your main RV tanks, you have to remove the reg on the grill, since it won't work with 2 regs in the line. The hose you show should work fine. CW and Wally carry them too along with many other stores. The fittings you should get at a plumbing supply.
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I have just done what you want with the exact same grill from Sam's Club. You need to purchse a Camco 10' hose/or shorter #57282 look on amazon/ebay. Then purchase this fitting LP Quick Connect Fitting 1 4" Male NPT x Male Quick Connect Camco 59903 | eBay
Unscrew the fitting with the pressure valve off the grill and take it to a outdoor grill company that can make hoses. Have them cut off the pressure valve and replace with the quick disconnect fitting you bought. Then screw back onto the grill the short end of hose with the new quick release fitting (minus the pressure valve) and then plug that into the longer hose you have installed on the camper at the quick disconnect site. Your done...
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Old 05-11-2014, 11:08 AM   #15
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I found this online and it appears that it would work. The whole high pressure and low pressure stuff confuses me. Any insight from you guys on that.

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This where I bought all my fittings and hoses for my grill conversion. I changed all my fittings to theirs as they work smoother and some manufacturer fittings are not compatible with others, even though they say they should be. I also have a high pressure line off one of the tanks for a firepit. The high pressure lines are required for high btu devices that have a different WC rating than the on board regulator.
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quick disconect

I have the same BBQ you can buy the what you need at CW just take mone off screw on the other cost was like $35 works great.
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