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Old 03-26-2018, 06:50 PM   #15
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Just got a char broil x200 infrared grill

Small enough to haul around in the rv and appears solidly constructed to last a few years. I have not tried it yet. Still need to hook up my extend a stay on the rv. Should I remove the regulator when I use it? I believe the extend a stay is prior to the rv regulator.
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Small enough to haul around in the rv and appears solidly constructed to last a few years. I have not tried it yet. Still need to hook up my extend a stay on the rv. Should I remove the regulator when I use it? I believe the extend a stay is prior to the rv regulator.
i set the extended stay at after the regulator. on my weber 100, i use just a hose no regulator.
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Old 03-29-2018, 12:52 AM   #17
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I prefer old school. Besides I like easy. The standard size 20# gas cylinder works fine. Can move anywhere. 4.5 gallons of propane . That's about 400k btu.
I think my gas grill is max 15k btu so about 30 hrs of run time. Gas firepit is 50k btu max so around 8-10 hrs of use. Way easier to get filled than your RV. Keep them in milk crates. Fit nice. Easy to carry, protect the tank and won't tip over.
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The cheapest and quickest fix is to disconnect the onboard grill connector extension and move it to in front of the coach regulator.

Then you can use the regulators that came with the appliance.....
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That's how the extend a stay connection with attachment for a grill. Ts off just in front of the built in regulator.
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Iím a charcoal guy and used to carry around a Big Steel Keg kamado style grill that had a receiver hitch mount. It was heavy and cumbersome to move from the hitch to its base by myself so I recently got a Chargriller Akron Jr. It fits underneath in the storage bay, will cook four steaks, and is very lightweight. So far it is perfect unless I need to cook for a crowd at a tailgate.
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I have a Class A Fleetwood. I have a quick connect on my gas for a grill, but it is after the regulator. I am having a tough time finding a grill that does not have a regulator on it as well. I bought a char broil travel grill, but to much gas is regulated and it won't light. Thoughts?

Nexgrill has a threaded male which allows easy use via the line coming from your main tank. Not a fan of the grill as the legs are pretty tough to deal with. Just inherited a Webber Q1000 which has a built in regulator and looks like I need a fitting to make it work. But it sure is nice to get rid of the big bottle as well as the small bottles. Now I just have to figure out how to adapt my fire pit to accept the female fitting on the end of my 20' propane hose.
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I prefer the Traeger PTG wood pellet grill. Just big enough for a couple steaks.

https://www.traegergrills.com/shop/g...SABEgKyQfD_BwE
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My vote is also for a pellet smoker. I like to smoke as much as grill on my trips. I have a Traeger Junior with the tailgater kit which fits into my compartment. We usually make a day of it smoking ribs, listening to music, drinking beer and enjoying the outdoors.

There are several other brands that have more portable models.
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The cheapest and quickest fix is to disconnect the onboard grill connector extension and move it to in front of the coach regulator.

Then you can use the regulators that came with the appliance.....
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Another pellet vote. We use a Davy Crockett

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