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Old 11-14-2023, 11:17 PM   #1
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Hello, first time poster long time reader here. We want to get a grill to hook up to our trailmanor and leave it stored in there. We have narrowed it down to this one:

Weber Traveler Portable Propane Gas Grill, Black
https://www.walmart.com/ip/932343881

Would this be good? I was looking at this hose to connect it to the trailer, do we need anything else? I believe our trailer has a quick connect for the propane.

SHINESTAR 6FT Propane Adapter Hose
https://a.co/d/7Zq1XIw

Thanks for the help!
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Old 11-15-2023, 09:53 PM   #2
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Careful. This grill is expecting to receive gas from a high-pressure unregulated source, such as a 20-pound barbecue tank or a small 14-ounce or 16-ounce metal cylinder.

The Trail Manor delivers low-pressure gas to all of its appliances, including the quick connect on the trailer. That supply will not run the grill.

The hose that you suggest could be connected directly to one of the TM's tanks, and carry high-pressure gas directly from that tank to the grill. But now the tank is not connected to the TM, so you would be living with one tank. If you are OK with this, it will work.

Two options.
1. Get a high pressure Y-connector such as item 50130 from Amazon. Connect its input directly to the TM tank. Connect one of its outlets to the TM inlet, and the other outlet to the hose that goes to the grill.
2. Get a third gas tank. Many of our users have found a portable 5-pound tank to have enough capacity, while being small enough to move and store easily.

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Old 11-15-2023, 11:38 PM   #3
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Looks like a great option. I have a Q1200 version, and loved it, but had to move to a larger grill. My only thought is rodents, or ants. Grease or old juices might attract those unwanted critters.
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Old 11-16-2023, 11:46 PM   #4
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I think there is probably a third option for RazFam...
Many companies sell the needed hardware packaged together to connect the Weber Traveler to the TrailManor low pressure quick release once the Traveler's regulator is removed.

Here's a comprehensive, better quality kit:
https://torjik.com/weber-traveler-co...k-connect-kit/

Others can be found cheaper on Amazon.
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Rich -

That sounds like the best option of all for the OP's purpose. TNX.

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Old 11-21-2023, 12:24 PM   #6
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.. My only thought is rodents, or ants. Grease or old juices might attract those unwanted critters.
I would suggest something sealed to store it
We store our charcoal grill in the back cargo area permanently. My wife found a sealed bin just big enough for the grill and a bag of charcoal. The bin has clamp type connectors all around instead of just one at each end and it has a bit of a seal around the lip. We have stored it there for over a year now. This bin is basically waterproof. Not saying it's fully mouse proof, but they haven't found it yet.

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