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Old 10-11-2011, 03:53 AM   #1
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I was hoping to tap inot my propane for my grill. Dno't feel like carrying around a third propane tank in my truck every trip. Does anyone know how to do this?
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Do you have an outdoor kitchen?
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Old 10-11-2011, 06:37 AM   #3
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I was hoping to tap inot my propane for my grill. Dno't feel like carrying around a third propane tank in my truck every trip. Does anyone know how to do this?
If you need an unregulated gas supply for your grill this http://www.campingworld.com/shopping...tay-flow/30341 is what I use. It works great and I just coil the hose around the tank for storage.
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If you have the outdoor kitchen, you already have a low pressure connection. Remove the regulator from the grill and out a quick connect fitting on it. Get a hose with QC fittings to connect the grill to the low pressure connection and you're good. That'sa lot easier than having to deal with hoses and attachments at the propane tanks. This question has been addressed on this forum several times. Do a search and you'll get all of the info you need. You can do an advanced search on postings under my name and you'll fine photos. I don't have time to repost all of them, but they are there for the viewing.
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Old 10-11-2011, 10:21 AM   #5
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I dont have a outdoor kitchen. I'm looking to hook up my weber Q to the propane.
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If you need an unregulated gas supply for your grill this http://www.campingworld.com/shopping...tay-flow/30341 is what I use. It works great and I just coil the hose around the tank for storage.
X2- I have two 10' hoses connected together so I can put my Weber where I want it. This beats carrying the extra tank.
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I was hoping to tap inot my propane for my grill. Dno't feel like carrying around a third propane tank in my truck every trip. Does anyone know how to do this?
Are you sure your camper does not have a quick-connect for your grill? My last two Keystones had that as standard.
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If your RV has a propane quick connect and you are planning to hook up your Weber BBQ to it, there are numerous explanatory posts about this topic complete with detailed photos of what you need and how to do it. As was suggested earlier, try a search on forum and you will find plenty of information about this.
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where would I find a quick connect on the camper if it has it
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Are you sure your camper does not have a quick-connect for your grill? My last two Keystones had that as standard.
Mine does, but it is for my outside stove plus it is regulated. Just easier for me to hook up to the bottle with a long hose.
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