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Old 09-07-2018, 06:18 AM   #15
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Webber Q for me too. I've had it for 7 years and only had to replace the supply hose. Cooks exactly like my home webber.

I've had the webber grill at home that is 20+ years old and never a problem. I modified the handle last year to accept their light and ruined the handle. Called webber and they still had it in stock. Great customer service that you will most likely never need.
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x2 on the Weber grill, however, I bought the electric version - Q 1400.
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Old 09-07-2018, 07:19 AM   #17
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Weber middle size has been our travelling grill. A bit heavy but it has just that extra room to grill.
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Old 09-07-2018, 07:25 AM   #18
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Those of you that have it do you use the small LP (green) canisters or do you carry a small BBQ Propane tank. Carrying it in a milk crate or small box. Or do rig a line from your coach's LP tank?
I converted my Weber Q to run off house propane. I bought a long propane hose with quick disconnect coupler on one end and connected the other end to coach's propane pipe (regulated pressure) which runs along the frame rail in the basement. I removed the regulator on the Weber and attached the male end of the quick disconnect.
When I'm ready to grill, I put the Weber out and roll out the propane hose. Plug together the quick connects and its ready to cook.

If you go this route be sure to get a long enough hose to reach where you will set the Weber (i usually just put the Grill on the end of the picnic table at the campsite).

I use this hose https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
and these connectors https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

I also took the regulator I removed from the Weber and added a quick connect fitting to it, so if I ever need to use a disposable propane can or bottle I can plug the Weber regulator back into the grill and feed off the bottle.
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We have the Weber, a Blackstone, and a propane fire pit so I carry two extra tanks in truck bed. The Weber adapter hose is about 6' long and works with the griddle as well. I have the Weber specific stand but quit taking it and got a small collapsible table at CW that works with either one.
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Old 09-07-2018, 09:06 AM   #20
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We've been using a Coleman Roadtrip grill for about 5 years and find it works just fine. I bought it at Walmart for about $110. I ordered a hose and refillable 1# propane tank from Amazon, but use it 90% of the time with the little green disposable tanks. The little tanks last a surprising amount of time when cooking for 2. An advantage of the Roadtrip is the folding stand it is attached to, since most places we go do not want the grill on the table. A disadvantage of the attached stand is it makes the unit heavier.
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i love my Q had a road trip but too hard to clean
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We have used our Coleman RoadTrip LX since 2005.

We use the little bottles or an extension from the onboard propane tank.

We do prefer Weber charcoal cooking normally, but the Roadtrip provides the various grilling, frying, and pan grills in a two burner setup. So it can be a camp stove as well as a grill and used where charcoal is not allowed.

The two burners also allow us to do indirect cooking although not as well as our Weber Smokey Joe Big charcoal grill does.
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I too am almost ready to give up on my smoky Joe and switch from charcoal to gas. I will be looking at the weber series soon.
Those of you that have it do you use the small LP (green) canisters or do you carry a small BBQ Propane tank. Carrying it in a milk crate or small box. Or do rig a line from your coach's LP tank?
I use propane from the coach's onboard tank but do carry along a couple of green LP bottles if it's just a quick one meal affair.

I installed a 4 way T upstream of the regulator on the RV and connect the grill and fire pit with 12' hoses. No need to do anything to the grill except hook the hose up where the green canister connects. The grills regulator stays in place so you can still use bottles or connect to a regular portable propane bottle as needed.

This is what I put upstream of the regulator on the coach.

Stanbroil Adaptor T



The kit with a 12' hose.

https://www.amazon.com/Camco-59103-P.../dp/B0014JKDB2

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Weber Q grill was our first choice and I haven't regretted it.

I wish the side trays were a little sturdier and didn't flop down as much when you put any weight on it.
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OK, Weber seems to win hands down. Thanks to all for you input. Just need to buy a case of the propane bottles as our Tiffin Allegro Bus is electric only, so no propane on board.


Thanks again, Jeff
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I converted my Weber Q to run off house propane.

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Makes everything simple.

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OK, Weber seems to win hands down. Thanks to all for you input. Just need to buy a case of the propane bottles as our Tiffin Allegro Bus is electric only, so no propane on board.


Thanks again, Jeff
Why not just buy a 20# propane tank instead of all the small bottles. We use ours all the time and it lasts at least a year without filling.
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