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Old 05-08-2015, 09:02 AM   #1
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Outdoor stove

I am looking to add this outdoor stove (Jay series I believe) to our Travel trailer. We just upgraded to a Jayco Eagle 324BTSBH (a monster- yes). It has an outdoor kitchen but no cooking surface. I am missing my 2 burner outdoor cooktop. Does anyone have this and can get me a part number? We contacted our dealer and they said we were the 2nd people to call in the same day about this. They are looking into it but I thought I would try here as well. I also posted this in the pop-up forum. Many thanks!

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Old 05-08-2015, 09:07 AM   #2
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I know what you mean! I had a 2-burner outdoor stove on my Keystone Outback, but my Jayco outdoor kitchen doesn't have a stove, either. There's a microwave and electric dorm-size fridge, a cupboard and drawers, but no stove. (I'm not sure why I need 2 microwaves, but no outdoor stove.????) So for now, I've resurrected the Coleman 2-burner camp stove from my tenting days. I set up my Weber Q grill and the Coleman stove by the kitchen and hook both up to a 20# propane bottle with hoses. There's a quick-disconnect propane connector behind the kitchen, but nothing to plug into it. Not sure why???
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Old 05-08-2015, 09:22 AM   #3
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What I wish was an option is a removable stove top. That's the one single thing I miss about having a pop-up camper. Because we got so used to moving the stove outside we do all our cooking outside now.
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Old 05-08-2015, 09:29 AM   #4
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Exactly, Scoutr2 and DocBrown!!! I will let you know what my dealer says. I DO NOT want to cook inside. I have always cooked outside and now that there is a covered "kitchen" I feel I should not have to. I do a lot of campfire cooking and DO. We had a rail and 2 burner stovetop we had attached to our last camper with the quick connect LP. Wish we had kept that old stovetop for this camper. We have a camp chef 2 burner but it cannot be hooked up to the LP quick connect per manufacturer. Many can be just not the type we bought. Figures!
Scoutr- I have the same outdoor kitchen and wonder the same thing...
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This is what I use both inside and outside. I removed my stove/oven combo and put a cutting board in its place. Burners were too close together anyway.
I have 2of these butane stoves and find them super easy to use .
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Interesting.. I NEVER cook outside.. brings in too many bears & cougars (both kinds).
But for those of you that do
http://www.campingworld.com/shopping...ne-stove/74375
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Thanks Seann, but this stove can't be hooked into the quick-disconnect, according to the Q&A on the website. It has its own regulator. The quick-disconnect on my trailer is already regulated down.
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Interesting.. I NEVER cook outside.. brings in too many bears & cougars (both kinds).
So what do tenters and backpackers do in your neck of the woods?
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The dealer got back to us. The stove pictured is a new standard interior item on 2016 Jay SPort Series pop-ups. They are waiting a few months to make sure there are no problems with them before offering them out "to the public". She said we can order an older version of this (not as nice in my opinion) or wait it out. Not sure what we're going to do yet but wanted to share the info!
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What do they cost, Ewing?
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