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Old 03-08-2016, 12:10 PM   #1
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Outside Stovetop

Hi, We just moved up from a pop-up camper to a 24FBS and we are looking for an outside stovetop (not grill) that would hook up to the direct gas line on the outside of the trailer. I think I would put a table down and place it on the table using a longer cord to make the connection. If you have done anything like this please add pictures! Thanks!
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Old 03-22-2016, 11:51 AM   #2
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There is a sticky over on campfire cooking all about hooking up stovetops and grills to direct gas line. Good luck!
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I wanted something more portable than being connected to the propane hose so I use (2) butane stove burners. I can use the picnic table or the beach or a neighboring camper. We use it at home also and on picnics. I got rid of the stove and gained valuable counter space.
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Kristine Welcome,
This the one we have.
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Something like this?

Outside Stove | coleman pop up parts
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Old 03-23-2016, 09:40 AM   #6
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We contacted our Jayco dealer last year and asked about purchasing the new model pop-up camper stove. Since it was new, they would not sell it as a replacement part yet. That may be something to look into, since you are familiar with them.

Here is the photo:

http://www.jayco.com/images/pages/2685-JS-Stove.jpg
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We got a price of almost $550 for the Jayco Carry-Out stove. Ewingfamily, what price were you quoted?
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Old 03-23-2016, 01:43 PM   #8
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In 1992, we got a Jayco pop-up that came with a stove that you could take outside and hang on the side. We NEVER used it, outside or inside. Always took a 3 burner Coleman stove and used that on the picnic table or our folding table.

But then I have never used the toilet either, I just go to the campground facility.
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Hi, We just moved up from a pop-up camper to a 24FBS and we are looking for an outside stovetop (not grill) that would hook up to the direct gas line on the outside of the trailer. I think I would put a table down and place it on the table using a longer cord to make the connection. If you have done anything like this please add pictures! Thanks!
Every once in a while, you will see one on E-Bay. The last couple I saw went pretty steep. Must be a lot of interest since they stopped making the hang-on style.
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I modified and cleaned an old green Coleman gas camp stove that we used for years. I converted it to work on propane bottles.
Last week I took it out of the camper cause it had not been used in several years.
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