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Old 02-13-2018, 04:30 PM   #41
RV Pirate
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Brand: Thor Motor Coach
Model: Challenger 37 LX
State: Florida
Posts: 270
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Originally Posted by jdharrington View Post
I don't think the adapter on the connection of my rig is compatible with the Weber 6501 Adapter Hose for Weber Q-Series adapter for a regular propane tank. Isn't there another adapter needed for the 50lb tank on my rig?
Do you have a quick connect already installed on your RV? If so, all you need to do is remove the hose / regulator assembly off the Weber and replace with a quick connect hose that matches the quick connect on your RV. Amazon has everything you need. Like I said, as long as you are downstream of the regulator on the big tank you're good. At that point it's just finding the correct size connector and hose fitting for your grill.
Save the hose/regulator off the grill and keep it on board for a backup if your big tank runs out or if you ever want to switch back to a portable setup for some reason.

I added a female quick connect with shutoff to our Challenger since we didn't have a grill quick connect from the factory. I bought a 12' hose with male quick connect and attached it to our Blackstone Tailgater. Works like a champ.
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