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Old 05-06-2013, 04:22 PM   #1
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Camping grill

Didn't know where exactly to post this as it's not specific to Jaycos. Anyone have any recommendations for grills that can work with the propane quick disconnects found on the Jayco trailers? That way I don't have to worry about toting around extra propane bottles and tanks for it.

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Old 05-06-2013, 04:39 PM   #2
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Without modification to the grill I believe RVQ grills are the only ones.

With modifications to the grill some have connected both the Coleman roadtrip and weber Q series. There are several threads on how to modify, I know it involves removing th grills regulator since the quick connect is already regulated. Also you have to make the hose. I haven't done it so ill let other fill in the details or you can do a search for any of the existing threads on this forum.
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Old 05-06-2013, 06:12 PM   #3
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Camp chef stoves also work, and they sell everything you need to make it work. I have written them several times with questions and always get a quick response. Remember these are stoves that you can make into a grill with their accessories. Check out Amazon for the best prices on them.
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Thanks guys. I had no idea this wasn't a more popular option for camping grill makers.
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No mods required for the camp chef, just one of their hoses.
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Ditto on the Camp Chef stoves, tons of accessories and you can cook any way you like, BBQ, griddle, dutch ovens and all sorts of cast iron.

I use mine at home too!
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