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Old 04-04-2017, 09:28 AM   #1
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"low-pressure" portable stove

The TT I bought last year had a low-pressure propane hook-up for a portable grill that came with the TT. I asked them to keep the cheap, crappy grill, and traded it for other stuff.

I had a Weber Q2000 that I didn't want to part with. It seems a shame to have a full-size Weber BBQ at home, and use the cheap, crappy grill while on vacation.

Sooo, the pre-installed propane connection was a low-pressure connection that first went through the regulator. It wouldn't work on my Weber Q2000. I installed a T-connection at the tank before the regulator to get a high-pressure connection.

Is there a low-pressure portable stove that would work with my low-pressure connection?
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propanegear.com has an adapter to convert your Weber grill to low pressure to use with your RV;

Weber Q RV Quick Connect Kit - propanegear

And I also purchased the adapter to use my grill with a standard propane tank if I want to grill at home with it;

QUICK•TANK Quick Connect Tank Adapter - propanegear

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