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Old 07-06-2016, 10:25 PM   #41
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Sorry all, I have only used the cheap RV BBQs but you have peaked my interest here.
but what exactly needs to be done to connect it to TT low pressure? What parts are needed to do so?? Is this a quick and easy job ??
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Old 07-08-2016, 09:32 AM   #42
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We bought the Weber 2200 with the fold down stand 3 years ago. It's the best all around bbq we have used in the 30 yrs we have been camping. Takes up a little more room in our motorhome storage but worth every penny.
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Old 07-08-2016, 10:15 AM   #43
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To plumb the 2200 or I believe any grill that takes the small propane cylinders to your 20lb or 30lb tanks, this is what I bought.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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Old 07-13-2016, 12:32 PM   #44
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Anyone with a Weber q or Coleman, this company has low pressure conversion kits already to use
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Old 07-13-2016, 03:15 PM   #45
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Anyone with a Weber q or Coleman, this company has low pressure conversion kits already to use
Propane Gear - Heaters, stoves, torches and all of the hoses and regulators to connect them.
Woohoo! Once I get to Florida, I'll be in for one.
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Old 07-13-2016, 05:51 PM   #46
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I am getting the one for my new Weber 2200 so tired of little bottles


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Old 07-13-2016, 06:11 PM   #47
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love our Q2200

We have a new trailer with a Weber Q2200 on the back bumper. We love it! We have used it many times now in the 20 nights we have been out this year. We did remove the regulator for the propane cans and connected it via a 6' hose to the trailer propane system. Our Crusader has a propane connection at the right rear corner of the trailer.
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Old 07-13-2016, 06:44 PM   #48
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We have a new trailer with a Weber Q2200 on the back bumper. We love it! We have used it many times now in the 20 nights we have been out this year. We did remove the regulator for the propane cans and connected it via a 6' hose to the trailer propane system. Our Crusader has a propane connection at the right rear corner of the trailer.

Actually looking at a used Crusader, just trying to find the best deal on my trade and price on the Crusader, so frustrating.


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Woohoo! Once I get to Florida, I'll be in for one.

Did you ever pick one up? I actually got a Weber Q3200 for home, they are so nice
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Did you ever pick one up? I actually got a Weber Q3200 for home, they are so nice

Nope, totally forgot BUT I've been complaining about the little bottles again lately AND my father-in-law will be down next week (working with gas scares me and is above my pay grade). I need to talk to the CFO.
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I have owned a Q100 for about 8 years. Wonderful grill. I used to have it hooked to my travel trailer for a while. Got tired of setting up the stand for just a overnight stay and the hose was usually too short to reach the picnic table. Changed back to the small bottles. Works better for me.
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I've had my Q100 for 9 years now and last year gave it a real good cleaning for the first time in it's life. Then only part I had to replace was the igniter. I also converted it to the quick connect low pressure system of the TT. Because we still use the grill for the occasional tailgate, I also purchased the female end of a quick connect system and adapted it back to the original regulator so that I can use 1lb bottles with out the TT. This grill is worth it's weight in gold...I love cooking on it. I'd get the bigger 2200 or 3200 for home, but I can't get a beer can chicken on it!
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I've had my Q100 for 9 years now and last year gave it a real good cleaning for the first time in it's life. Then only part I had to replace was the igniter. I also converted it to the quick connect low pressure system of the TT. Because we still use the grill for the occasional tailgate, I also purchased the female end of a quick connect system and adapted it back to the original regulator so that I can use 1lb bottles with out the TT. This grill is worth it's weight in gold...I love cooking on it. I'd get the bigger 2200 or 3200 for home, but I can't get a beer can chicken on it!

I bought the Q2200 after cooking on a friends Q3200 for camping, loved the way it cooks and how easy it was to clean. I got a gift from my company and was allowed to pick out the Q3200 with all sorts of other stuff for camping, Q3200 stays home and 2200 replaced my 1-Year old Coleman although I still have that one all clean and ready to go. We have our big grill to a friend bc the 3200 works so well. I was never a fan of Weber until getting my hands on these two grills. Propane tank home for the 3200 and carry hose for Trailer connection and hose to connect directly to larger propane bottle just in case 🤗🏕⛺️
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I never could get my Weber to work off a twenty pound tank
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Thread was not created as a classified but OP quickly morphed it into one. Since not a classified, makes no sense to mark sold. I believe it should be left as is with a PM reminding wicked that classifieds are only allowed in Classified section.
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Been trying to get a hold of you, I guess PM box is full I read you sold the grill? been looking for one, I guess I'm a day late and a dollar short again.. PS: they are good grills....
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