Has any one used the exterior accessory coupler that is used for the outside stove burners for a BBQ? I realize this line is off the already regulated system, so a BBQ without a regulator would be needed. I looked at Camping world and they only appear to sell BBQs with a built in reg. Any suggestions for a brand name and where to buy( and the hose) ?? Thanks
I think both thejean and FlyingDutchmen have done what your asking and I and my friend from the Badger State are wanting to do the same thing.
Can't ' remember but someone was going to post a material list of the parts needed and some pics.
I want to run both my grill and stove off the outside supply line.
Hope this helps
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With my limited knowledge & research, I think its a matter of finding the correct BBQ and hose with a coupler. Not much info on line, I am supprised this is not more popular concidering I belive most new RVs have this coupler factory installed. Boy wallymart is shure missing out on a lot of business, they dont appear to realize how many people are RVers.
Your new grill is designed to operate with any RV or trailer equipped with a low-pressure quick-connect propane outlet. When you receive your grill it will be factory equipped with the proper propane gas quick-connect and hose assembly to connect to your RV or trailer. If the RV or trailer does not have a low-pressure quick-connect propane outlet, you may purchase an accessory hose that will connect your grill to a 5 lb or 20 LB propane cylinder or to a 1 LB throwaway cylinder. There are several other options to use your RV or trailer's propane if you are not already equipped.
I checked out the camco, lots of complaints for 149.00 and it only has a chrome plated grate? thought that was in the 1970s! Lowes appears to have a stainless one for around the same money.I will check onr out when we RV to Grove city PA in two weeks. I found out the problem is when the regulator is not removable, the second reg (on the BBQ) does not recieve enough pressure to activate it when it is plugged into the low pressure line.