Where do you find the LOOOONG hoses that you guys are talking about??? I am in Vancouver (or near enough)
I think I will try and find the T we had or buy another one.
We had the quick connect nipple put on our new Escape and I fooled around all last weeeknd attempting to get it to work.
Went to Lordco and finally got an adaptor made so I could use my 8' hose and hook it up to the trailer.
The Coleman camp stove stayyed lit while I had the "clicker" on it. I "thought" the BBQ worked cause it started to heat up.
When it got dark I realized how puny the flame was.
SO basically the connector is useless to me. I didn't know about the high flow/low flow thing....
So I will use my three burner stove inside more often than I did in the Boler..... We don't BBQ that much, but I do have a coleman oven that I like to use and that is an outdoor thing over the camp stove.
Guess we will be using the little refillable containers--or we may get an adapter and a longer hose with a quick connect that we can take on/off the front tanks.
With the Boler we didn't have the auto change over and so just removed a tank every time we camped. I do want to get away from that exercise.....
You can go to most BBQ stores and get a long hose.
To use your BBQ or Coleman stove on the 'regulated' propane
quick connect that Escape
installed, you need to remove the regulator from your stove and BBQ. This is not possible with all devices that are propane
powered. With my Broil King Porta Chef
I can just remove the hose c/w regulator, that came with it.
Otherwise, an adapter to the tanks as shown above is what you will need to use, and you will be off to the races.