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Old 06-22-2016, 02:12 PM   #1
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So what type of grill are people using with the onboard quick connect propane line?

I had a Coleman Roadtrip grill that I modified for use with the RV grill line. However, the grill has taken a crap on me so I've been looking for a replacement. I'm wanting something a bit more portable and lighter. I just can't believe there aren't any decent grills that take advantage of the RV propane connector.


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Old 06-22-2016, 02:21 PM   #2
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Last fall, I bought a "Master Forge" at Lowes for an end-of season price.


It's designed as a portable/tabletop unit. I had to buy a longer hose and get the correct fitting for the trailer from the dealer.


Works really nice.


Last time I was there, Camping World had plenty of low-pressure tabletop grills. But pricey!
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Old 06-22-2016, 02:49 PM   #3
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We use a Weber Q200. Its our grill at home with the larger cart and it comes with us camping on a portable cart. Regulator is easy to pull off and we got some extra connection pieces at a local BBQ shop. So we plug it right into the camper and then at home we plug it into the regulator.
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I have a Camp Chef single burner stove. I when to the local propane dealer to have a hose made for the quick connect.


There are lots of accessories and one of the accessories is a BBQ grill which I have. It is a nice set up because the burner has legs and shelf. I plan on buy the griddle for it in the future.
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Old 06-22-2016, 03:30 PM   #5
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Coleman All the way

How do you walk away from the Coleman? I have had a Coleman XL for years and just bought a replacement one at the end of the season last year. I know it is big but with the accessories available, I love it's versatility. I have the stove top rings and the double wide griddle for mine. With all those parts available we almost never have to cook inside the Rig. When I am frying up bacon for 6, having that huge griddle surface outdoors is priceless!
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Old 06-22-2016, 03:59 PM   #6
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Last fall, I bought a "Master Forge" at Lowes for an end-of season price.

It's designed as a portable/tabletop unit. I had to buy a longer hose and get the correct fitting for the trailer from the dealer.
This is what I have too - can't beat all stainless steel grill for $99!
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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.
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Old 06-22-2016, 07:56 PM   #8
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Weber Q (forget which number, but the small one)
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I got the Weber Q 2000 last fall on clearance at home depot for $125. I've since retrofitted it to fit the propane lines on the 377. It was very easy and works better than ever! No regrets!
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Old 06-22-2016, 08:06 PM   #10
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Was thinking of going with the Weber Q series and rigging it up for the low pressure propane line. It's more easily stowable than the Coleman Roadtrip


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