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Old 12-31-2012, 07:16 PM   #11
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I have the Weber Q100 which has been awesome for my family of 4. Some say it would be on the small side for a family of my size but it is extremely portable and easy to stow away. I also utilize the quick disconnect so I don't have to carry around the little propane cylinders. I took the regulator off the grill and put a quick disconnect on the grill. I have a 15 foot hose with 1/4" male quick disconnect fittings on each end. This allows me to quickly connect to the grill and the trailer with ease. I have no issues with BTU's using this method. I used the website below to get all the accessories I needed for this setup. Hope this helps.

http://www.flameengineering.com/Parts_Accessories.html
Wolverine.....thanks for the info. I've been trying to locate the parts needed to hook up to my Jayco's propane supply. Not much luck here where I live. Would you please itemize the parts you ordered so I will know exactly what to order. Especially the quick connect for the weber. Thanks and Happy New Year.
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These are the parts I ordered to make my Weber quick disconnect compatible with my TT.

1 piece HK-8 - includes 1 quick disconnect valve and 2 male quick disconnect 1/4" fittings

1 piece HP-10C hose 10' long (I mentioned I had a 15' foot hose earlier, I was wrong :-)

1 piece F-322 1/4" fpt x 1/4" fpt

2 pieces F-222 1/4" mpt x 1/4" mpt

I had about $80.00 wrapped up into these parts. You may be able to do it cheaper elsewhere but this is what I found worked as a one stop shop.

Hope this helps. !!!!!!!

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Wolverine.....thanks for the info. I've been trying to locate the parts needed to hook up to my Jayco's propane supply. Not much luck here where I live. Would you please itemize the parts you ordered so I will know exactly what to order. Especially the quick connect for the weber. Thanks and Happy New Year.
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Old 01-01-2013, 09:33 AM   #13
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Thanks for the info everyone. does anyone have the Q220, im also looking at that one. I need the height measurement from the table surface it would sit on to the top of the lid while the lid is in the closed position. All the measurements i can find are with the lid open. I only have 17.5" of height in the cargo space i want to keep it. I know the Q120 is 14.5. I have checked the local stores and know one keeps it in stock to get the measurement. Thanks again
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Even my Q100 is too high to get into the storage compartment without taking off the lid. No big deal, since it's held on by two clevis pins and wire clips. My grill stays set up until we get ready to leave, then I give it a cleaning and put it away.
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Old 01-01-2013, 10:01 AM   #15
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I looked at the specs and it said 26" in height which definitely sounds like that is the opened dimension. That doesn't make sense
why they would do that. Anyway, I would call Weber customer service, they should be able to help you.

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Even my Q100 is too high to get into the storage compartment without taking off the lid. No big deal, since it's held on by two clevis pins and wire clips. My grill stays set up until we get ready to leave, then I give it a cleaning and put it away.
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Old 01-01-2013, 01:49 PM   #16
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Have a Q120. Hook it to trailer propane and have not changed the regulator. Works just fine using a 12' extension hose. Some folks have had problems with the original regulator. Read the reviews on Amazon. Grill can run hot unless you keep the temp knob pretty far down.
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Old 01-01-2013, 08:38 PM   #17
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I bought the Weber Q220, never heard of the go anywhere one. The 120 was too small for us and our 220 works great for us. I would recommend at least the 120 if you do not need the cooking area.
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The Q220 is 16" tall. We bought it to replace our Q120 in the RV. We found we did not need the extra coking area or the extra size and weight. We went back to the Q120 in the RV. The Q220 is now our everyday grill at home.
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Thanks for the specs on the parts for the quick disconnect Wolverine. I'll keep then handy in case i decide to go that route. If I do and find out where to get it i'll post for Lilbigfoot. I am in the essex county region.
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Thanks for the specs on the parts for the quick disconnect Wolverine. I'll keep then handy in case i decide to go that route. If I do and find out where to get it i'll post for Lilbigfoot. I am in the essex county region.
I to must thank Wolverine for the parts list and I thank you bigbird for looking out for me. I priced out the parts on the site Wolverine posted and they came to about $130 when shipping was added. And that doesn't include any customs add ons should they hit you up for taxes, etc. I'm in london should you ever want to discuss Jaycos, etc. Don
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