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Old 03-18-2014, 09:06 PM   #1
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Ok peeps, any ideas how on hooking up a bbq to my motorhome propane tank? I just bought the "stay awhile" propane hook up from Camping World". So far finding a webber bbq that is compatible has been difficult. We like the webber, but apparently you have to order the hose connection from webber and you can only get a 6' hose, not long enough. Any help out there???
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Old 03-18-2014, 09:13 PM   #2
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You can get a 12 foot hose at CW or any RV supply that will connect the extendastay to a Webber Q. Its pretty standard.
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We have 2 Webber BBQ grills and the hose connections are the standard connections. Unless somebody has modified yours it should have the standard connection too.

You can purchase the longer hoses at Camping World.

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Park Ranger, look at item J on page 27 of the Camping World Master Catalog. Should be $37.99 for the 12 foot hose.
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Old 03-19-2014, 12:05 AM   #5
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CW has the hose was there today, but…..they specifically said it will not fit the webber bbq. They have had many problems with that application. The will fit all there other bbq's, but, I really want the webber. So was wondering if anyone else has the webber and what did they do?
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Go to any propane dealer (not just a fill station) and they will make a hose with any fittings you need and the length you want.
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I have the Webber Go Anywhere Grill hooked up to my main propane tank on the low pressure side. I teed into the low pressure side and added a ball valve then a quick coupler, 12 ft of hose to small valve to control gas flow into the BBQ then a quick coupler. I removed the pressure regulator from the bbq .
This should work for any BBQ.
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