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Old 09-01-2017, 02:49 AM   #21
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Old 09-28-2017, 12:41 PM   #22
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Can someone help me understand in laimen terms of what I need to connect our Blackstone griddle to the built in propane hose on our MINI TT. Thank you. 😊
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Old 03-27-2018, 04:22 AM   #23
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Old 04-21-2018, 06:47 AM   #24
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I have a 17" Blackstone griddle which I love. However, it uses 1 lb propane tanks (which I do not love).

My TT has a quick connect fitting for adding propane accessories. I had this professionally installed.

Does anyone know what I need to connect my Blackstone griddle to my TT propane quick connect?
I second the griddle. This is one the best purchases I made for the camper. Anyways.....as an option to figuring out how to connect it to the low pressure valve I purchased a 1 lb refill connector for my 20lb tank. I carry it anyway. It works great. Place the 1 lb tank in the freezer for a couple of hours, screw it into the adapter and flip over the 20 lb tank. Open the valve and within 2-3 minutes its full. Personally I like using the portable tanks because it makes the griddle portable.
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Old 04-21-2018, 06:52 AM   #25
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Don't scour it! It needs to be seasoned, should be black/dark brown. This prevents sticking, just like the griddles in restaurants. Check the documentation on it.
I seasoned mine in the house oven. Coat with oil....500 degrees for 1 hour.....let cool re-coat with oil and repeat. TYurn vent hood on as it will release smoke if you open the oven mid stream. Did this 3 times. This way you don't have to burn propane.
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Old 05-17-2018, 03:37 PM   #26
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Propane Gear makes a kit specifically for the Blackstone 17” & 22”, no tools required!

http://propanegear.com/blackstone-17-22-griddle-rv-conversion-kit-8-ft/
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Old 06-12-2018, 12:43 PM   #27
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put an acme nut Y adapter on the tank. hook one outlet to the existing trailer propane hose that went to the tank. buy a new hose with an acme nut on one end and the 1lb fitting on the other. hook it to the other output on the Y adapter and screw the 1lb fitting into the grill where the 1 lb bottler would go. or if you don't want the y adapter just disconnect the existing trailer hose and hook the new hose right to the cylinder and the other end to the grill

You can't connect the low pressure side (past the regulator) of the RVs propane system to the Blackstone's regulator because it won't work. You either need to run high pressure propane (before the RVs regulator) to the Blackstone's regulator, or figure out a way to connect the Blackstone without it's regulator/one pound tank fitting to the low pressure RV line.
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Old 06-12-2018, 12:56 PM   #28
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Here are links to each blackstone conversion kit;



8’ Blackstone® 17" & 22" Griddle RV Conversion Kit - 8 Ft. - propanegear

12’ Blackstone® 17" or 22" Griddle RV Conversion Kit - 12 Ft. - propanegear

Plus kit: Blackstone® 17" or 22" Griddle RV Conversion Kit - 12 Ft. M/F Quick-Connect Hose - propanegear


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Old 06-15-2018, 08:02 PM   #29
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I bought the 17" griddle last month and the hose that connects to the 20# bottle then the grill where the 1# bottle connects. Hose was so short, I think 3 feet, that I had to put the bottle up on Lego type leveling blocks so the hose reached the griddle on the table. I went to a local LP gas supplier seeking a longer hose, which they had a 5' hose, and they asked me about the fittings to hook to my TT's LP gas system. I don't have the fitting under the TT but out of curiosity I asked what that would cost. They showed me that adapter that would go on the griddle in place of the LP gas tubing for the 1# bottle and a hose would attach to that. $17 dollars in the pack. I have since looked under the TT and there is an LP manifold near the front wheels of the TT with unused ports. I might just get what I need and have an LP outlet and not have to use one of my 20# bottles.
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