Alternative 1: Yes, you would have to remove the regulator from the grill if you are hooking into the system on your RV that is past the regulator. I don't think you'll have a problem with two 8-foot hoses, but I've only used a foot hose myself. This may help: Almost double some of the common every day grills. Was just to much hassle so went back to having an extra 20 lb tank with a propane distribution post. SMF 2.
Just Lou Posts: I took me awhile to prove to the propane guys that I could leave the hose connected permanently and have the quick connect at the grill. I put back the old system and it seals??? I just did the mod this weekend. It's easy to do. Even though I have a high-pressure connection from my onboard propane I use a portable grill with the 1 lb bottles, which I refill.
Hi Based on your description I am assuming that your RV like a lot of newer RVs came equipped with a low pressure quick connect propane system.
How Do I Use The Propane Quick Connect Connection On My RV
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I had to add a shut off at the T in the line so that if the hose ever falls out of the compartment and drags then it won't leak all the propane out. I don't think you'll have a problem with two 8-foot hoses, but I've only used a foot hose myself. I have a friend that had issues with connecting his Weber to a tank bigger than the 1lb. March 8, Regarding the Coleman Road Trip Grill. After all that the only thing you can use on the low pressure are the ones sold for that use.