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Old 10-31-2009, 03:52 PM   #1
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Quick connect BBQ's

New travel trailer owner,New to this Web site,Have quick connect for propane,but have not been able to find BBQ that hooks up to it on internet.
They all seem to run on the little disposable bottles....which I think is a pain...
Any info would be appreciated.

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Question is the quick connect before or after the regulator on your propane bottles?

If it is before all you need is a hose with the quick connect on one end and the other to have a connection for the regulator on the bar b q.

This is for from the 20lb bottle to the regulator on the bar b q.

This shows a quick disconnect hose.

You might pick up the first hose and stop by a LP gas distributor and have them put on the quick disconnect end for you or they might be able to make up the hose for you to what ever length you need.

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The grill was included with our new trailer (FunFinder). It is a Celano model 531090003-99. It came complete with the quick disconnect hose and brackets for mounting to the side of the RV. It can also be used free standing on a table. Here is a link.
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Old 11-01-2009, 07:11 AM   #4
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The company that produced those worthless BBQ's went under a couple of years ago. They were very expensive and never worked as advertised. Most people buy a Webber babyQ and are pleased. If you dont want/like the disposable bottle hassle, simply buy a small 2 gallon tank, and an extension hose to hook to the BBQ. My small tank is refilled in the spring and generally will last me all season with gas to spare to run the outside stove, BBQ and lantern.
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Here's what I did: http://www.irv2.com/forums/showpost.php?p=528805&postcount=22

That post is in another thread on a similar topic. Many other ideas are presented in addition to mine. Just click on the thread topic in the upper right corner.
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Quick connect is after regulator,it was factory installed.
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I added the 4 way adapter to my rig's tank connection and picked up the "steak saver" converter hose from Camping World. I can hook to any gas grill or use a 20 lb bottle to work the coach appliances.

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Old 11-10-2009, 06:02 PM   #9
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To operate properly you NEED the connection Before the Regulator!!! as you need Hi Pressure for the BBQ.

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Camping world carries a Bar-B-Q that is designed to work on those connectors. The company that went under did NOT go under but Reoganized, renamed itself and is now selling a new design grill. This grill can work on the trailer or even on a table.
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There are several companies that are making grills now that will attach to the quick connect (low pressure) ports that are coming, almost as a "standard option", on many of the newer RVs.

I am one of those that didn't like the models being offered and I bought one of the Weber Q-120 grills. The nice thing about the Weber Q series of grills is that the regulator and the gas control valve are two separate pieces. This allows one to remove the regulator, while leaving the burner control, and attach a male quick connect plug in its place in order to attach it to the low pressure port on the RV. I made up two hoses, one 4' and another 12' to connect the grill to the low pressure port on my FunFinder. The 12' allows me, on nice evenings, to get the grill out from under the awning and away from open windows so that the TT does not fill up with smoke from a leisurely cook

CW carries the "pieces" that you would need to make a conversion. In reality, any grill that has the regulator as a separate piece from the burner control can be modified, but, the Q series Webers are by far the most "popular" for that conversion...they cook nice, fold up compactly and with several models in the "Q" series, you can get one to fit your cooking needs.

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I bought this bar B Q and love it. I'ts a well designed bar B Q and it cooks even. Reasonable and hooked right up to the existing RVQ mount and quick connect. Looks good too.
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