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Old 06-22-2016, 08:07 PM   #11
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We have had many grills and smokers over my lifetime and I have to say my favorite is and always will be a Weber. For the trailer we purchased a small q1200 and converted it to a quick connect. Our quick connect will either plug into the trailer or a regulator connected directly to a propane tank. One thing I love about the Weber is it's built really well and cooks just about anything I throw on it perfectly. Well worth the 200 bucks.
We have a Weber too and love it. How did you go about converting it to a quick connect? Currently, we are bringing a small propane tank with us when we camp but would love to connect directly to our onboard propane.
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We have a Weber too and love it. How did you go about converting it to a quick connect? Currently, we are bringing a small propane tank with us when we camp but would love to connect directly to our onboard propane.
All you really need to do is disconnect the pressure regulator that the small tank screws into. Just put the direct connect in its place and done.
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Old 06-22-2016, 08:11 PM   #13
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We have a Weber too and love it. How did you go about converting it to a quick connect? Currently, we are bringing a small propane tank with us when we camp but would love to connect directly to our onboard propane.


Saw this conversion kit for the Weber on another thread

http://propanegear.com/weber-q-rv-quick-connect-kit/


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Old 06-22-2016, 08:23 PM   #14
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Saw this conversion kit for the Weber on another thread

Weber Q RV Quick Connect Kit - propanegear


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Thanks so much StarGazer. That is exactly what we are looking for.
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Old 06-22-2016, 08:34 PM   #15
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Coleman Roadtrip, with a home- fabricated adaptor that eliminates the Coleman pressure regulator.
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Weber Q120 with quick mod to use the qc. I can use it either way. Options!
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We're odd balls I guess. Prefer charcoal. We went with the old smokey and converted the grill mount to a water filter / regulator mount. Ditched the whole gas line underneath.
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Another Weber Q, but I opted to use a separate 20# tank.
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Just retired the Coleman RoadTrip (the blue model), and got a Weber Q220 on clearance a few weeks ago. Have only fired it up once for about 1/2hr at 500* to burn off the factory crap. Will be using it for the first time this w/e.

Have an adapter hose to run off a 20lb tank. Also have a tee to run the Camp Chef 2 burner stove at the same time.
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Have a Q we converted to use trailer propane. Just bought another Q rather use it with a separate tank, more options as to where we can use it. Got a blue one this time Matches DW eyes.
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