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Old 01-29-2013, 08:32 AM   #1
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This post is a continuation of the post "Propane Hose for 305 SK "

I did some checking and made some phone calls and this is what I found out.

The black iron propane line that tees into the gas main and termanates at the quick-connect by the fold down stairs CAN NOT BE USED WITH THE COLEMAN ROADTRIP GRILL. The reason for this is : the gas from the camper LP bottles is run through the camper's regulator which is rated at 11 PSI. The problem is the Roadtrip grill runs at the higher PSI rateing of 15 PSI. Coleman has said that running the grill at a lower PSI could harm the grill.

I just thought I would put this out on the forum for those of us who are cooking with the Roadtrip grill. I did not find out if the Webber or other brand grills would work with the camper set up.
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The Weber Q will work if you remove the regulator. I have the Q200 and it works fine.
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