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Old 06-10-2016, 10:24 PM   #11
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I have a Camp Chef 2 burner stove. I found a 8' quick connect hose on Amazon specifically for that stove. There's no regulator attached as it utilizes the TT tank regulator. It works perfectly. The only issue is that sometimes you want the stove in a more practical area of the campsite depending on the layout. I bring a spare propane tank for just that reason
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Old 06-10-2016, 10:26 PM   #12
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Greyhawk51, if you got a shock from your rig, you should check you ground connections.
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Nukeneck, check at Tractor Supply, Home Depot, or Lowes. Any place that sells the propane shop/jobsite heaters may carry extension hoses for them. I have an 8 ft hose from Amazon and a 10 or 12ft hose from Tractor Supply. With both, I can get out from under the awing and a decent distance from the camper. This distance does not seem to affect the operating pressure to the grill.
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Old 06-11-2016, 05:24 AM   #14
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I modified my Weber Q120 to work off the camper LP connection. I was able to get everything I needed from my old junked RVQ grill and one adapter from my rv dealer.

There are a number of threads on it here on JOF with pictures.

I sure hope you don't get in any trouble with that un-knowledgeable person at the propane supply. LOL
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For some reason, I had little luck with 2 of my grills. After removing the regulators and making the physical connections, both grills reacted differently. The Coleman Perfect Flow didn't receive enough gas... the flame was nice and blue but nowhere near as large as when connected to the OEM regulator. I suspect it needs more than 11 water column. My second grill, a Martin portable, had more than enough flame, but it wasn't controllable using a needle valve. The OEM flow control was built into the regulator. I guess I'll just move one of the 20lbs tanks to where my grill(s) will be setup. There's advantages to that too...
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For some reason, I had little luck with 2 of my grills. After removing the regulators and making the physical connections, both grills reacted differently. The Coleman Perfect Flow didn't receive enough gas... the flame was nice and blue but nowhere near as large as when connected to the OEM regulator. I suspect it needs more than 11 water column. My second grill, a Martin portable, had more than enough flame, but it wasn't controllable using a needle valve. The OEM flow control was built into the regulator. I guess I'll just move one of the 20lbs tanks to where my grill(s) will be setup. There's advantages to that too...
I found a 10 lb tank at a garage sale that works perfectly for me. I have it set up so I can use either when the onboard connector is to far away.
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