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Old 01-22-2013, 02:36 PM   #1
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just purchased

Just bought a Coleman roadtrip grill at the edison rv show for 150 otd. I can even use the quick connection on the trailer.
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Old 01-22-2013, 04:52 PM   #2
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That's good to know!

I have a Coleman roadtrip grill and I will have to check this out!
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how can you use the road trip with the quick connect? I bought a Weber Q and have given up with the quick connect as it just doesn't get hot enough. Is there something you did to make it work properly?
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how can you use the road trip with the quick connect? I bought a Weber Q and have given up with the quick connect as it just doesn't get hot enough. Is there something you did to make it work properly?
There are several threads here that explain how to make a Weber Q work with the quick connect. I don't own one, but I do recall reading the threads. Now the Coleman Roadtrip grill I didn't know worked with the quick connect. It's good to know it does.
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how can you use the road trip with the quick connect? I bought a Weber Q and have given up with the quick connect as it just doesn't get hot enough. Is there something you did to make it work properly?
Read here......https://www.jaycoowners.com/showthrea...-where-propane
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Thanks, I had a hose made that connects to the quick connect and the grill but did not remove the regulator. Looks like I have to remove that and get a few more pieces for it to work. I definitely will be trying this out.
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Thanks, I had a hose made that connects to the quick connect and the grill but did not remove the regulator. Looks like I have to remove that and get a few more pieces for it to work. I definitely will be trying this out.
Correct.....you need to remove the regulator from the Weber to get more heat. After much research....I found Jacko's method the simplist.. Look in the other thread for these comments and links.

These are the 2 items I bought off Amazon for my Weber conversion, worked perfect, very easy:

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Control Valve

On the control valve the only thing used is the quick disconnect, just unscrew it from the valve, attach to the Weber after the regulator has been removed, about $40.00 for the parts
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