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Old 05-27-2014, 10:07 AM   #1
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Stove for outside use

One thing we miss from the days of owning a PUP is the removable stove. Even today, 12 years after our last PUP, we do very little cooking inside.

Our X20E has an external gas line and bracket for the optional grill. We don't have the grill and we don't want one. We'd like to use it for a stove instead. I haven't been able to track down anything that looks like it would work so I have a couple of questions.
  1. Is this a high pressure line?
  2. If so what would I need to use a standard camp stove with it?
  3. Does anyone know of a stove that would work with this connection?

Thanks!
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Old 05-27-2014, 10:24 AM   #2
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1. No, its a low pressure (11" W.C.) line.
2. A suitable length of hose with a male plug that fits the QD on your trailer available on line or from a place that sells propane and propane accessories.
3. Northern Tool is where I got my 35,000 btu Super Single burner camp stove. Camp Chef also makes some nice ones but they are a bit large for me.

http://www.northerntool.com/shop/too...toves-burners?
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we use our stove from our 1007 pup and hook it on the rail where the gas grill would normally go. so if you can find a stove from a newer jayco pup that would be another way to go. as a bonus it already is set up for low pressure. it works great for us!
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Old 05-27-2014, 11:12 AM   #4
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The Camp Chef one looks really nice,

I just wish they would tone the photoshop down a level. Right now they've got it cranked up to 11.



It's like the old Highlights Magazine. What's wrong with this picture.
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