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Old 05-16-2014, 06:52 AM   #1
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Coleman Gas grill/stove hookup

Our Daughter bought us a Coleman road trip gas grill/stove (9941A series). Has anyone been able to hook one of these up to the low pressure side of the on board propane gas system? On our Damon Daybreak it would be a lot easier to add an additional "T" to the low pressure side with a shut off than trying to plumb a "T" into the high pressure side. That way we won't have to carry the small bottles or worry about running out of gas. I talked to Coleman support and they said they are working on one but none is available yet. I thought about getting an extra regulator and using the stove end connector to make an adapter without the regulator to run off the low pressure side but they are not available at this time.
Anyone have any ideas?
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I used an Extended Stay kit as my added device for the Tee in my propane system on the RV side and bought a extension line kit from tractor Supply to hook up our Colemen grill
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Old 05-16-2014, 11:02 PM   #3
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I used an Extended Stay kit as my added device for the Tee in my propane system on the RV side and bought a extension line kit from tractor Supply to hook up our Colemen grill
Thanks for the info Craig I ordered a kit from Amazon it has the
Tee and both lines with it.

Amazon.com: Camco 59123 Propane Brass Tee with 4 Ports and Extension Hose: Automotive

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Jack... I have the exact same setup except I bought my goodies in separate packages. I think you will like the ability to access that big tank of propane. Here is another tip that can be helpful. I still like the little tanks too. I fill my own tank using a 17pound bottle of propane and a refill kit. 1lb 16 4oz Propane Refill Adapter LP Gas Cylinder Tank Worthington Coleman | eBay
You turn the big tank upside down and it places liquid propane in the Coleman tank. It also can save you money...and allow you the freedom to use the little tanks when you want.
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