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Old 06-03-2010, 05:29 PM   #1
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Quick connect propane hose/ grill?

My Flagstaff (2005) came with the grill and hose that comes out of the side. The grill is broken, and too small anyway.

I just bought a Coleman Roadtrip grill and wondering if this hose is already regulated or if it's high pressure. I'd like to use this hose if possible.

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Old 06-03-2010, 06:09 PM   #2
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My Flagstaff (2005) came with the grill and hose that comes out of the side. The grill is broken, and too small anyway.

I just bought a Coleman Roadtrip grill and wondering if this hose is already regulated or if it's high pressure. I'd like to use this hose if possible.

Thanks
The hose should plug into the regulator that came with the grill in place of the small bottles that you would usually use. The hose should be regulated by the RV regulator as well but this will probably be to high a flow rate for the grill without using the grill regulator.
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Old 06-03-2010, 07:47 PM   #3
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The hose should plug into the regulator that came with the grill in place of the small bottles that you would usually use. The hose should be regulated by the RV regulator as well but this will probably be to high a flow rate for the grill without using the grill regulator.
If it's regulated already, it will be double regulated. The grill itself has a regulator so I need something that comes straight from the tank. They offer a hose that goes straight to a tank, but was hoping I could use the one from the camper.

Oh well
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Old 06-03-2010, 07:56 PM   #4
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If you have connection to RVQ already you can connect almost any grill to it as long as you can remove regulator from new grill. Save the male connection from your RVQ grill to install on whichever replacement you have. You may need to get a few adapter fittings available at any good hardware store to make the smaller than normal quick connect fittings that are attached to original to fit. Be sure to use pipe sealant or teflon tape on ant threaded joints. Hope this is clear.
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Old 06-03-2010, 10:01 PM   #5
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I didn't get a RVQ with our TT, so I modifed my Weber Q100 for the trailer RVQ outlet... strip the regulator off, get a RVQ hose from any good BBQ shop and get the brass adaptor fitting from a hardware store (can't remeber the size) It will be double regulated if you don't take the reg off.
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