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Old 10-22-2015, 08:01 PM   #11
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We spent 2 hours and 45$ at Lowes to get our Coleman Road Trip XLE to work.We love it now.
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Old 10-22-2015, 08:46 PM   #12
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Found It!!!!

Ok,, so I took the female quick connect fitting off of our TT. I then took it to American Propane in OKC. They said that they could not get the one from the manufacturer of the fittings for some stupid reason. Cecil then spent about 5 minutes looking thru their stock and found a male quick connect fitting that worked great. I am now ready to grill!!!! and it was only $6. yeah!!

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Old 10-22-2015, 11:13 PM   #13
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I bought a matched set of low pressure fittings and 15' of hose from a local LP dealer. They built the hose with the male on one end and a fitting that screwed on to my BBQ. I had to change female valve on the RV. The female valve has a ball valve on it so I get a positive off position for the propane. I never had any luck getting a fitting that worked on the RV from a RV parts store.
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Old 10-23-2015, 03:44 AM   #14
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Ours was not the quick disconnect, that was easy fix. A QD hose in the grill isle. Coleman has a proprietary thread on their one lb grill and regulator. We had to piece together fittings to get the Coleman to work.
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Old 10-24-2015, 10:34 PM   #15
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I too also have a Coleman Road Trip and I'm trying to figure out how to get it connected to my quick connect. What parts did you use? Did modify the Coleman regulator?
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Old 10-25-2015, 07:10 AM   #16
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On my Road Trip, I used another regulator from an old Coleman grill I used to have to hook up to the Jayco quick connect. I just took the regulator off the Coleman grill adapter, drilled and tapped it for a 1/8th pipe thread and screwed a nipple and fitting in it. Cost a few bucks and i still have the other regulator to use the 1lb bottles if I ever want. I also bought a 50' hose so I can put the grill anywhere I want.

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Old 10-25-2015, 02:34 PM   #17
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Is this something like this you are referring to?

Amazon.com: Camco 59133 Brass 90 Tee with 3 ports: Automotive

Don't have the trailer and Weber grill yet, but trying to prepare a list of the stuff to buy.

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Pretty much, but it is a straight connector rather than a 90 and a longer hose. For some reason there appear to be more options on amazon.ca than I can get to come up on amazon.com (strange - American site always has more options!) Basically it is the Camco 59103, but the hose is longer.

But this does not use the QC at all, provides full pressure to the Coleman through the throwaway (1lb) connector. The QC will provide reduced (regulated) pressure to the grill; not sure if this would cause any performance issues with the grill? I like it because the grill is away from the TT and the awning.

Reading along here though it does give me some good ideas about how I can rig up an outdoor stove to put on the side rail. Next summer's project will be to rig a shelf to fit the rail, cut away a section and then add the same stove and heat shield cover that gets used on the pup in/out models. I like this, because I can make the wings a bit wider which was a problem with our pup model.
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Old 10-25-2015, 04:26 PM   #18
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I too also have a Coleman Road Trip and I'm trying to figure out how to get it connected to my quick connect. What parts did you use? Did modify the Coleman regulator?
We removed the brass fitting from the 1lb regulator grill connection took it to Lowes bought a 10 ft Charbroil quick disconnect hose , that fits into perfectly into the Jayco quick disconnect, and put together 4-5 brass fittings until were able we got the Coleman piece to fit. It wasn't cheap, but less expensive than a new grill and we really like the Coleman. I will take a picture when we get chance to get to the storage lot next weekend. There is a picture that looks similar to what we did in this thread, only ours is also connected to the hose..
The dryersonline link is not it. This allows 1lb cylinders to be used for the TT or something that uses the 20lb tank fittings.
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