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Old 06-19-2016, 11:53 AM   #1
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Can anyone suggest How I "T" into the barbecue grill quick connect gas line to add a Coleman stove? I can't seem to find the right adapter. Thanks in advance for your help.
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Old 06-19-2016, 12:08 PM   #2
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What Coleman stove are you trying to connect? Depending on what Coleman stove, you may find a YouTube on how to fabricate, or where to buy a third party adapter. The Coleman's typically depend on a regulator at the stove to reduce the high pressure LP. On your trailer, the regulator is at the LP tanks. You can't have both regulators in sequence, or not enough gas will get to the stove.

There are several threads on this throughout the forums, and if you dig deep enough, and use a little ingenuity, you should be able to get it to work, as many of us have done.
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Old 06-19-2016, 12:34 PM   #3
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Can anyone suggest How I "T" into the barbecue grill quick connect gas line to add a Coleman stove? I can't seem to find the right adapter. Thanks in advance for your help.
If you have a Coleman LXE Roadtrip or similar grill that uses the 1 lb green tanks and has its own regulator, it's not easy. However, See response #5 in this thread:

https://www.jaycoowners.com/forums/f1...-up-34611.html

This is a fairly new product; until recently there was NO commercial product on the market for this AFAIK.

You can also make your own at far lower cost if you have the skills and tools. As Fire_Instructor said above, there are several YouTube videos that show you how.

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If you have a Coleman LXE Roadtrip or similar grill that uses the 1 lb green tanks and has its own regulator, it's not easy. However, See response #5 in this thread:

https://www.jaycoowners.com/forums/f1...-up-34611.html

This is a fairly new product; until recently there was NO commercial product on the market for this AFAIK.

You can also make your own at far lower cost if you have the skills and tools. As Fire_Instructor said above, there are several YouTube videos that show you how.

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I added my reply to that thread showing my solution. Quick, easy, and pretty cheap.
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I added my reply to that thread showing my solution. Quick, easy, and pretty cheap.
Agreed, it is that. The Torjik solution is for people who are not mechanically inclined. We have a Coleman LXE but are still using the green bottles on it - DW doesn't like the location of the LP quick connect on our 23RLSW.

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The coleman stove would need to have it's regulator removed before using. Having two regulators (trailer and stove) will not work. Remove the regulator and add a quick connect from amazon:

https://www.amazon.com/Camco-59853-P...+quick+connect

You may need an adaptor to connect it to the stove. Then you can use the same quick connect hose that you use for your BBQ.
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Old 06-22-2016, 06:14 PM   #7
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Like this
https://www.amazon.com/Camco-59123-P...6PYPJV4ZCZ7J0R
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Nice idea, but that is for high pressure gas. Hook the manifold to the tank, hook the hoses ro the manifold, then hook each device to the hose, which has its own pressure regulator.

Now that I reread the post, do you want to connect two items into the single lp port, or just modify a stove to work with the quick connect?
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Lots of suggestions, but we haven't heard anything back from the OP yet, FunSeeker.
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