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Old 08-23-2018, 11:22 AM   #1
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Hi all and thanks in advance. Asking about if the coleman road trip grill can be hooked up to our motorhome propane tank?
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yes it can. I went to a local lp shop and had them make me a connector screw in side where the small canister would screw to the grill regulator and a lp male quick connect on the other end to connect to my hose to run to the coach.
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Yes it can. I took the brass fitting that hooks the regulator to the grill off of the regulator. I have a gas hose with quick disconnect fittings and adapted the grill fitting to the hose. with four hose sections I can use the grill up to 80 feet from the RV. You use the RV regulator and add a quick disconnect fitting. Every thing was available from my local Home depot. Works good.
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This adapter is only $4.99 as an add-on item. Of course you need to buy enough other stuff with it to meet the minimum. That should not be hard if you have and RV
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I want to keep the original regulator fitting so if I want I can use the small green canister to fuel it. Will be buying this to hook up the needed hose to the house propane.
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Another Gas Grill Question

If I add a extend-stay fitting to my motorhome propane tank do I need a low pressure regulator to feed the coleman roadtrip grill? I would like to have the grill about 10-12 feet away from coach. Thanks again
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i liked my road trip grill but it was a pita to clean i wish someone would make a disposable aluminum foil insert
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If I add a extend-stay fitting to my motorhome propane tank do I need a low pressure regulator to feed the coleman roadtrip grill? I would like to have the grill about 10-12 feet away from coach. Thanks again
IF you have the connection hoses, then your grill's regulator will work from the Extend A Stay if it comes directly from the tank. You do not need another regulator in the line, in fact it will not work with two regulators in line. If your line from the motor home is already regulated, there is a model of the road trip grill that does not have a built in regulator.
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Extend a stay to your grills regulator,,, your good to go. Just get the good Extend a stay with the valve in the quick disconnect, not that cheap one.
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I added the connection adapter to our propane tank line and it works just great. But when this road trip dies I will never buy another. It is cheaply made and within the first month we owned it the insides began to rust badly. And it is a pain to store in the lower compartment. To me, it isn't worth the price. Chuck
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