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Old 12-12-2010, 10:53 AM   #1
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Tie in Webber Q-200 grill to house LP System

I am looking into a way to tie in our Webber Q-200 grill into using our permanently mounted LP tank.

The grill has a regulator that is mounted on the grill and when connected to a 20 lb. cylinder there is not any regulator on the hose side. So it uses tank pressure until it gets to the grill.

Is there a kit of some kind to install a grill like this?
Any of you have a personal experience with doing this?

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Old 12-12-2010, 11:47 AM   #3
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We have used the Stay a While deluxe for a couple of years. It works well on our Weber grill. We also bought some extension hoses from a Coleman outlet so we could use the grill on the other side of the coach. Extensions were available at CW but the Coleman ones were cheaper.
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Just finished doing the same thing and it works great. I tied into the coach line where the flex line from the tank regulator hooks into the coach gas line. I put in a brass tee and used a ball valve and an air hose quick coupler that goes to the barbeque. I used a 12ft piece of air hose to the bar b que and used the jet that I took off the regulator and scewed that into a small valve to control the gas flame and used another quick coupler on the stove end. I had looked for a readymade set up and couldn't find one, but about $20 and some time at the hardware store, it was done. No more of those expensive little canisters
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Well looks like this will be easier then expected. Thanks for the replies.
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I use a similar setup for my Weber Baby Q and it works great. I did add a shut off valve just to be super sure the gas was off to that fitting when no tin use.
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