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Old 04-03-2015, 09:58 AM   #1
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BBQ Connection - Tee

I want to add a tee to the outside BBQ propane connection so I can run both my Weber Q and camp stove at the same time. My plan is to build my own tee with brass fittings and Camco quick connect valves. Before I do this, does anyone know of a pre built tee that can be used? I have looked quite a bit but have not been able to find anything. Thanks.
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Old 04-03-2015, 01:21 PM   #2
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Camping world carries them. You can look online.
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ddrueckh, I believe the factory installed BBQ line is already low pressure and therefore you would need an adapter for your Weber which doesn't have a regulator. The Jaco factory BBQ does not have a regulator on it. My father-in-law is planning to run his Coleman Roadtrip and is trying to figure out how to buy/make an adapter without the built in regulator. Let us know what you come up with.
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I want to do more or less the same thing. I would like to add a tee to the existing quick connect to supply propane to my low pressure grill, as well as my stove. I have checked camping world's website and see no such thing.

Has anyone discovered a pre-made solution?
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Old 07-14-2015, 04:30 PM   #5
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ddrueckh, I believe the factory installed BBQ line is already low pressure .

I wonder if the low pressure is only on some models? When I bought my Jayflight 32RLDS, I was given a BBQ to run off the gas line under my rear bumper. The first couple attempts, even on low, the temp was reading 700° (although Im sure it wasn't that high). I finally turned the gas valve regulator to half way on both the trailer gas line and the bbq gas connector and I finally was able to keep my degrees low enough to not make hamburger hockey pucks
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DD you can run your "Q" and the camp stove off of the propane line, the only thing is the "Q" will not get as hot as it would if you took off the regulator. It will also take a little longer to heat up. I think the prebuilt tee that camping world sells is the one that threads into a propane tank and has 2 places to screw hoses into to.
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Just this past weekend I bought the parts to do the same thing. I got a brass T and the pieces to make it up. I got the quick connect fitting off of amazon. Just need to bring the rig home to hook it all up.
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I want to add a tee to the outside BBQ propane connection so I can run both my Weber Q and camp stove at the same time. My plan is to build my own tee with brass fittings and Camco quick connect valves. Before I do this, does anyone know of a pre built tee that can be used? I have looked quite a bit but have not been able to find anything. Thanks.

You need to check these guys out:http://www.tejassmokers.com/products...ttings.htm#pol

They have just the exact fitting you need.
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You need to check these guys out:Brass Fittings, Valves, Brass Nipples, Disposable Cylinder Adapter, Gas Orifice, Gas Manifold Parts

They have just the exact fitting you need.
They do seem to have lots of cool stuff. Can you provide a link to the exact part requested?

As a reminder, the request is to provide a tee into the existing quick connect fitting (not the propane tank itself) that will service two different low pressure appliances. So we need an adapter than provides a male quick connect into the existing female quick connect, that then provides two female quick connects so that two appliances can be connected at the same time.
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They do seem to have lots of cool stuff. Can you provide a link to the exact part requested?

As a reminder, the request is to provide a tee into the existing quick connect fitting (not the propane tank itself) that will service two different low pressure appliances. So we need an adapter than provides a male quick connect into the existing female quick connect, that then provides two female quick connects so that two appliances can be connected at the same time.

I can't provide a direct link, because they will probably offer to build it for you. Call them in the morning. Ask for a gentleman name Cheyenne. He went out of his way to help me determine a tee off the bottle and into a custom high pressure fitting for me.
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