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Old 01-20-2013, 10:09 PM   #1
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Question portable stove propane advice

Need an advice on good (outside) portable propane stove, possible with a grill, I can use with 20lb LP buttle
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Old 01-20-2013, 10:50 PM   #2
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I love my Coleman Roadtrip. This will be it's 12th season. It's designed to run off of the small throw-away cylinders, but with a simple hose you can run it off of a 20# cylinder.
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For a stove I would reccomend a Camp Chef. They are built to last. The burners are cast iron and they run off a 20lb cylinder. I actually use an 11lb for mine. They make grills that work with them. Mine is called the Weekender and I am very pleased with it.
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Old 01-21-2013, 12:16 AM   #4
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portable stove propane advice

Thanks rkswyo
Camp Chef Weekender - it like around $190? That should be good...
I was thinking like around $90...
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Old 01-21-2013, 12:20 AM   #5
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I have the Camp Chef Expedition 3X. I got it from Costco a few years back for about $160, and it came with the cast iron griddle that covers 2 of the 3 burners. I think it's coming up on the time of year when they bring them in. I also just bought a Weber Q200, and am thinking of getting the griddle attachment for it as well. I have both setup to plug into the trailer's quick connect.
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Old 01-21-2013, 02:06 AM   #6
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They have 2x ($139), which is looks good too!
I'm not in the harry to get today. Shopping for next season.
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Thanks rkswyo
Camp Chef Weekender - it like around $190? That should be good...
I was thinking like around $90...
I paid less than $100 for mine brand new off Ebay.
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I love my Coleman Roadtrip. This will be it's 12th season. It's designed to run off of the small throw-away cylinders, but with a simple hose you can run it off of a 20# cylinder.
x2 on the Roadtrip. We have the standard cast iron grills as well as the grate and griddle tops. Would not trade it for anything else. There is someone on FRF who made a hose to connect the RT to the onboard low pressure supply as well.
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x2 on the Roadtrip. We have the standard cast iron grills as well as the grate and griddle tops. Would not trade it for anything else. There is someone on FRF who made a hose to connect the RT to the onboard low pressure supply as well.
What type of connection should be used on low pressure supply?
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