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Old 05-10-2014, 06:52 PM   #1
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Quick connect hose question

I've got a sabre 36QBOK-7. It has 2 places to hook into the propane to run the stove in the outside kitchen or a grill. My question is this: I have a stainless steel gas grill that I have to use the 20lb cylinders to use. It's not one that uses the disposable small cans. I'm wanting to buy a hose to connect to my grill and then the quick connect on the camper.

Any problems with doing this. The grill hose now has its own regulator. I assume since the camper already has a regulator it won't need the regulator to the grill, I just need a hose that goes from the grill to the quick connects??

I'm having trouble finding the hose. Any suggestions or advice would be appreciated!
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Old 05-10-2014, 07:24 PM   #2
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I have a camp chef stove and bought their hose.

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Old 05-10-2014, 07:30 PM   #3
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I've got a sabre 36QBOK-7. It has 2 places to hook into the propane to run the stove in the outside kitchen or a grill. My question is this: I have a stainless steel gas grill that I have to use the 20lb cylinders to use. It's not one that uses the disposable small cans. I'm wanting to buy a hose to connect to my grill and then the quick connect on the camper.

Any problems with doing this. The grill hose now has its own regulator. I assume since the camper already has a regulator it won't need the regulator to the grill, I just need a hose that goes from the grill to the quick connects??

I'm having trouble finding the hose. Any suggestions or advice would be appreciated!
You're right about having to remove the regulator from the grill. We had to do that with the Coleman Road Grille. Otherwise it won't burn with the 2 regulators. The regulator sleeve screwed deep into the stove and I had to unscrew the sleeve and then run all over town to find the fittings to connect it to the hose. It's worked great. We use the quick disconnect to the camper.
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The Coleman Roadtrip grills had some strange piping threads on the regulator fittings. I couldn't find fittings to adapt to my stove quick connector. Gave up and bought a new RV without a quick connect hook up. But the regulator needs to come off.
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This is the grill I have. I'm just tired of carrying around the 20 lb cylinder when I have the two 30lb tanks on board.
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The Coleman Roadtrip grills had some strange piping threads on the regulator fittings. I couldn't find fittings to adapt to my stove quick connector. Gave up and bought a new RV without a quick connect hook up. But the regulator needs to come off.
The long cylinder shaped brass fitting unscrews from the regulator. I found fittings to go from there to the hose, but had to look around a bit to find them. On the other end the quick disconnect is easy. We stay in one spot all summer so it's hooked up 24/7. I bought another Coleman regulator to use with a propane cylinder or the disposable canisters when we rent a condo at the beach. The Road Grille with the fold up stand and carrying case is a neat setup.
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Where did you guys buy your fittings and hoses?
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Where did you guys buy your fittings and hoses?
Camping World has the quick disconnect fittings and the hose. Wally also has the hose. I found the fittings by running back and forth between Suburban Propane and Tractor Supply. But I would recommend going to a plumbing supply house. Take the hose and the connector piece that goes from the regulator to the stove so they can get you the proper fittings.
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I bought this one. http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B000H8...110_SY165_QL70

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This is the grill I have. I'm just tired of carrying around the 20 lb cylinder when I have the two 30lb tanks on board.
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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?
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