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Old 10-11-2011, 02:07 PM   #11
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where would I find a quick connect on the camper if it has it
Look under the trailer and locate the black iron pipe which is the propane line running from the front near the tanks back to the area of the water heater, furnace, fridge, and stove.

If there is a quick-connect, it will be a "T" off the pipe, and a run of pipe out to a brass fitting that looks like a compressed air connection. It will be threaded onto the pipe and the end of it should look similar to this:


It might have a plastic fitting in the end to keep dirt out, but you should be able to spot it. They are usually on the curb side of the trailer, down low along the bottom edge, generally located near where you might want to use a grille under the awning.
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Old 10-11-2011, 02:08 PM   #12
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My quick connect is behind the skirt between the wheel well and door.
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On ours, the fitting is located well to the front, just behind the landing gear, and about a foot back under the trailer. You almost have to get down real low and look up at it, but then it is real obvious. The black arrow is pointed right at the gas quick connect fitting.

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Old 10-11-2011, 03:29 PM   #14
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where would I find a quick connect on the camper if it has it
I'm sure it has it as my Laredo (2011) does. Depending on the floor plan it's fore or aft of the curb side tires. Remember, the regulator on the Q must be removed before quick connecting the TT & grill, otherwise it won't work, reason being the propane is already at reduced pressure from your tank's regulator.
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So I'm getting ready to get the grill setup with with proper fittings. But I cant seem to find a good site that sells the fittings. any suggestions.
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Old 01-17-2012, 11:24 AM   #16
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So I'm getting ready to get the grill setup with with proper fittings. But I cant seem to find a good site that sells the fittings. any suggestions.
Marshall Brass makes all those fittings. I got over 800,000 hits in a single Google search. PPLMotorHomes, Ebay, Amazon. They're available all over the place.

If you have a local shop that sells welding supplies, they usually carry an extensive selection of propane fittings.
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I just recently discovered my quick-connect just next to my outside steps. Now I’m tempted to use it for my Weber Q. And here’s the quick-connect hose I think I’d need to do so:
http://www.amazon.com/Mr-Heater-Asse.../dp/B000K6JF82
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On ours, the fitting is located well to the front, just behind the landing gear, and about a foot back under the trailer. You almost have to get down real low and look up at it, but then it is real obvious. The black arrow is pointed right at the gas quick connect fitting.

Taken at FCP ??
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Taken at FCP ??
Randy!!!!!!

No, I took that at Northampton Beach SP. It's right across the lake from our home so we dragged the new 5'er over there for it's maiden voyage.

We'll be up at FCP in June for 14 days, Site 186, the 5th through the 19th. Stop by!
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Randy!!!!!!

No, I took that at Northampton Beach SP. It's right across the lake from our home so we dragged the new 5'er over there for it's maiden voyage.

We'll be up at FCP in June for 14 days, Site 186, the 5th through the 19th. Stop by!
We will be too (only 4 days though), Can't wait. I think we are on 250. We'll see you then for sure !!
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