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Old 10-09-2018, 04:33 PM   #1
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Greyhawk outdoor gas grill connection.

I have this outdoor gas grill line hook up on my Class C Greyhawk and have the hose connector to the RV. Just need the grill. I think most small gas grills come with regulators to buy those small propane bottles that I don't need. Can't find the right grill that hooks up to this line. I know I need one without regulator. Just wandering on how it all works. Just need a small portable one to cook on. Any suggestions?
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You may want to research and also post your question here;

https://www.jaycoowners.com/forums/f5/
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I use a small Weber grill hooked up to my Greyhawk. You can use almost any grill, but you need to replace the hose/regulator part on the grill with the correct fitting to connect with the hose. I bought the parts at a site called Caloreequipment.com
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Thanks, will do the research on website. I have a 2018 Greyhawk 29MVP. These rigs are so nice and so smooth down the road. 3 months old, just breaking her in. By the way , our rigs are the same and the valves are the same fitting I am sure. I like the weber grills to. Which valve connector did you get and is there a temperature control switch for it.
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Is the grill connector before (high-pressure side) or after (low-pressure side) the coach's propane regulator? If it is before, any grill with its own regulator will work.

I installed a tee before the regulator on our coach; it did not come with one. We use a Weber Q1200. The kit for the tee included the 12-foot hose for the grill.
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I know on the RV has its normal on the passenger side with rv regulator then the hose goes to end of passenger side rear of rig for the quick disconnect valve. I have the 4 foot hose I bought from the dealer for the Weber grill I have been looking at for outdoor grilling. I can see the RV has a on off switch. I did not buy the grill yet but I was hoping on the one I buy has the on and off switch from the Grill to operate so I can turn it off and on. I don't want to be switching the rv switch off and on. I guess what I am saying here is I need a on off switch flame control knob to handle it right at the grill, off /on and flame control if all this makes sense.
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The regulator on the grill has to be removed. The quick connect on the MH uses the MH regulator. Use the quick connect male part on the grill that matches the quick connect on the MH. The Weber grill or most others will have the temperature control for the grill on the grill independent of the regulator that you remove. The website I mentioned above will have photos of the part(s) you will need. I used special Teflon tape that is made for propane when putting the parts together.
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