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Old 07-14-2011, 12:30 PM   #1
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Using Coach LP for Grill

We have recently purchased a Weber 220 gas grill for the motorcoach. I kind'a like the idea of utilizing the 100 gal LP tank of the motorhome to supply the grill. There is an extended stay/refill pipe (threaded) off of the main LP line near the tank. I can tell it's been used before because there is thread tape still on the exterior threads of the pipe. Has anyone had any experience using their coach LP to supply their grill?

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Old 07-14-2011, 12:37 PM   #2
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Yes all the time, go ahead. Turn off the valve when you put the adaptor on and then turn on the valve again easy.

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I have my Baby Q hooked up as well. I've had 2 regulators go bad. Weber replaced the first and when I called regarding the 2nd unit Weber informed me that the regulator was designed for bottles only. I went to Ace Hdwe , purchased a regular grill regulator with adapters. So far all is working fine. You may not have an issue however if you search you'll see others have had to replace their regulators. Just giving you a heads up, if you have an old regulator laying around you may want to keep on hand if you have an issue.
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I also hook my weber Q up with extend-a-stay adapter. I haven't had the regulator problem (yet?). It is very convenient. OND
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My Weber is tied into my coach propane tank as well. Love it!
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Old 07-15-2011, 12:17 PM   #6
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We have used the rv propane on the grill for the last 7 yrs, no problem
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Old 07-15-2011, 08:11 PM   #7
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Just be sure that, if you use the grill's regulator, you tee into the house supply upstream of the regulator for your on-board systems. Probably should have a shut-off valve with a quick-release connector.

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