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Old 02-11-2019, 03:38 PM   #21
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I have a Webber Q2200 and a 17" Blackstone and can run them both at the same time. I have a splitter on my quick connect, 2 10' hoses with shutoff's and found the parts online to convert both grills. The Webber Q I just had to remove the regulator and put in a 1/4" male end.


The Blackstone there is another thread on here with the same parts I bought. They both seem to get enough gas to run at full temp simultaneously.
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Old 02-11-2019, 03:48 PM   #22
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Let us know what grill you'd like to use and someone here can likely recommend an adaptor.

I got an adaptor last year for my Coleman Roadtrip and am very happy to no longer have to carry around the little green disposable tanks.
Is it different than the one linked on Amazon from this thread? I was looking to do that same but that seems a bit pricey. Thanks!
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Old 02-11-2019, 04:32 PM   #23
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I gave up on screwing around thinking about modifying a grill to work on the low pressure port beneath my trailer. Ended up buying the same stainless steel grill previous posters mentioned for about 100 bucks and will just bring an extra 20 lb propane tank. 20k BTU grill, and a 38k bTU firebowl. By the time you get adaptors, hoses, etc, you end up spending as much as just buying a grill with an integrated regulator. Then if you lop off the regulator, you can't use it for any other hook up than your low pressure RV port.
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Old 02-11-2019, 04:51 PM   #24
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Just grab a Camp Chef stove and add a quick connect hose. Done and done. You'll have one of the highest powered stoves you can buy (30K BTU per burner), tons of flexability/expandability, and a simple way to tie into your RV propane. No worries about converting appliances and stuff. Keep it simple.



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Old 02-11-2019, 06:08 PM   #25
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Is it different than the one linked on Amazon from this thread? I was looking to do that same but that seems a bit pricey. Thanks!
Yes, post #19 describes what I use for connecting the Roadtrip to the low pressure propane from the camper and acknowledges that it is a bit pricey for what it is...
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Portable Grilling

We have a stainless steel table top grill and I line it with foil as much as possible to minimize the clean-up. We carry a small 5# bottle of gas that sits on the ground under the grill which we place on the end of our picnic table. The bottle of gas lasts a long time.
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Old 02-11-2019, 06:51 PM   #27
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Old 02-11-2019, 07:19 PM   #28
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Yes, post #19 describes what I use for connecting the Roadtrip to the low pressure propane from the camper and acknowledges that it is a bit pricey for what it is...


Thanks. Somehow I completely missed that you posted that. Sorry!
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You're welcome. It's funny / odd that I agree that the adaptor for the Roadtrip is a bit pricey at $28 but I had no reservations buying a $25 adaptor for a Blackstone griddle...
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As posted, some of the Coleman and larger Camp Chef (not the Everest that I have) will convert to a low pressure system.

The all new rage (that I bought into hook, line and sinker) is the Blackstone 17" and 22" models.

Both have a low pressure quick connection available from Propanegear.com that will screw directly on to the griddle and work flawlessly.

Just another Low Pressure option to better your RVing experience!
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As posted, some of the [...] larger Camp Chef [...] will convert to a low pressure system.[...]
No. The Camp Chef 14" and 16" stoves are already low pressure and require no conversion. Simply plug them into your RV and off you go ... as I mentioned above: quick connect hose + Camp Chef Stove = plug-n-play system.

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No. The Camp Chef 14" and 16" stoves are already low pressure and require no conversion. Simply plug them into your RV and off you go ... as I mentioned above: quick connect hose + Camp Chef Stove = plug-n-play system.

Enjoy.
The only complaint I have with my 2 burner Camp Chef stove, bbq box and griddle, is the weight. The DW hates it because she was fine with the old side-hanging bbq on our old trailer and it took up way less space.
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The only complaint I have with my 2 burner Camp Chef stove, bbq box and griddle, is the weight. The DW hates it because she was fine with the old side-hanging bbq on our old trailer and it took up way less space.
I wish someone would come up with a low pressure quick connector for the camp chef Everest. I would buy one in a heartbeat. I could very easily use the Blackstone and a 2 burner stove outside of my trailer.
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Old 02-14-2019, 08:25 PM   #34
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Doesnít sound like many people are connected like mine? My extend-a-stay is connected before my Foresterís built in regulator.
I can use any normal grill or appliance, it has two different connections that need different hoses, one to the grill and the other to connect to an extra 20lb bottle if needed.
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We have a stainless steel table top grill and I line it with foil as much as possible to minimize the clean-up. We carry a small 5# bottle of gas that sits on the ground under the grill which we place on the end of our picnic table. The bottle of gas lasts a long time.
X2, We found that the infrared grills burn a lot hotter than a regular grill. I like to grill small pork loins which would look beautiful when cooked on the infrared, but had almost a red center, even when cooked as low as it would go. If you like Med-Rare, go for it.
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Foe the Coleman Road-Trip:
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Old 02-18-2019, 07:56 PM   #37
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I had a blackstone tailgater and built a quick disconnect hose and worked perfectly. Great grill but heavy so i got a coleman road trip and aso works perfectly and both got HOT...
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