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Old 02-06-2016, 08:13 AM   #11
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Good info here. I've been looking for one, but I'd like one that will be able to run from the low pressure quick connect. Any one actually confirm if they will work or not

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Old 02-06-2016, 08:25 AM   #12
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What ever one you like will work but the Coleman's will need the regulator removed.

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Weber Q. Best grill made bar none.
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Old 02-27-2016, 06:28 AM   #14
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I finally pulled the trigger on the Weber Q 1200 with cart. I love it. The orange looks great with my Flagstaff 8329 IKWS. Bought it at Amazon. Free delivery in 2 days.
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Old 03-03-2016, 10:27 PM   #15
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What ever one you like will work but the Coleman's will need the regulator removed.
Not necessarily. I have a Coleman Road trip, use a "T" connector on a long hose and run it off my TT tanks. The hose screws right into the same adapter that the propane bottle would go into if you used one. Works great for me.

The Roadtrip fits into the pass through storage of my TT very well. The only drawback to this, or any other propane grill for me is making sure they are cleaned very well before putting them away. I just can't stand the thought of putting a dirty grill into the RV.
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Weber 2200 and stand. Best grill ever. I pull the tank from the ODS and use it for the grill. Works great.
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Old 03-03-2016, 11:07 PM   #17
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I know it does appear to be favoured by many but we prefer our RVQ II. Sits on a set of folding supports, low pressure, easy to clean and we find it cooks meat, fish, veg and pancakes perfectly. We have a separate 20lb bottle to supply the propane and even after lots of use over the last three seasons it looks as good as new. Came with our last TT and we keep a hold when we traded up.

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We have the portable "Master Forge Table Top Gas Grill" with 4' Lp hose adapter and 20lb. Lp tank. Perfect setup, great for 2-4 people, and easy cleanup and storage.
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Weber Q is hands down the best propane grill I have ever used. Been camping and cooking outside for over 45 years. I still use a Weber charcoal grill at home, I have 3 with one being over 25 years old. Two things I LOVE about Weber, 1) Made in the USA! 2) Parts are readily available even for the older ones. I have a Coleman Grill/Stove that is about 10 years old and basic parts are NLA.

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Old 03-04-2016, 06:00 AM   #20
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Weber Q. Typical Weber quality in a portable package

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