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Old 07-05-2019, 07:36 PM   #1
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Black stone griddle conversion

Alright guys. Looking for those of you that have done this. Trying to find the right fittings to convert the blackstone to the quick connect system on my trailer. Itís the 17Ē so I am going to replace my two burner that is in the outdoor kitchen. That means I am going to have a couple of time use two burner for sale and my grill with bumper mount for sale.
Anyone ever do this modification and what fittings did you use? Iím stuck on the 5/16Ē coming out of the griddle.
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Old 07-06-2019, 06:54 AM   #4
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I could be wrong but I don't think that will work. Your gas connection on your RV is low pressure and that will not be enough pressure to work the Blackstone Griddle which is designed to run straight from the tank. Some of you propane guru's check in here!
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Joe, I actually have the hose, and it works beautifully.
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Thanks Bobby, interesting.
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Old 07-06-2019, 09:25 AM   #7
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I bought a stergi safe quick disconnect fitting for the blackstone from amazon. $20. Works great.

The arm that attaches the green propane tank to your blackstone has a regulator on it and must be removed to use the lp propane. This fitting screws onto the blackstone and the quick disconnect hose hooks up to it.

Never worry about running out of those little tanks and the fitting pays for itself after a couple of uses.
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Got the same quick connection for my Blackstone. I put a quick connection under the trailer and use with a longer hose. The grill is low pressure, it will work fine on the low pressure side of your campers propane system. Ours works great. Only time I have a cooking issue with the Blackstone is if it is windy, but I can still get the job done.
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Thanks everyone for the inputs.

I actually did use the regulator attached with a line that attaches where the little green bottle goes straight to my 30lb tank. Worked just fine. I just need to get the quick connect as you all have mentioned so I can get this thing mounted in my outdoor kitchen.
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Waiting for the part to come in from Propane gear. I removed the two burner stove in the outdoor kitchen, drilled two holes for the back feet to sit down into the counter top, and raised the shelf up about an inch so it will fit. I take the griddle part off and store on the shelf above. I didn't want to lose that shelf space. It is installed and just need the quick connect part.
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