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Old 04-18-2016, 07:58 PM   #1
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Cooking with AS propane

Will be heading out on a prolonged trip and will be using my Weber Q grill. I've finally figured out how to run it off my trailers tanks. Anyone have an idea how fast I may burn through my propane? Will likely be running the furnace at night as well. I can't image the use rate is any different compared to the 1lb canisters. Each canister would last 3-4 days, roughly.
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Old 04-18-2016, 08:14 PM   #2
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Biggest users will be water heater and furnace. You are right, grill would be similar to use on small bottles.
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I have a Coleman Roadtrip grill i use with the 1 lbs tanks and can get some 6-10 or more grill times before i have to change them out..

I have a refill part and use my 20lbs grill tank to refill them with. Keep a couple on hand and don't use the needed gas from TT tanks. One 20lb tanks will refill two 1lbs at least 19 combined times for a whole lot less money than buying them (1lb tanks) in the store.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/like/1618929...&ul_noapp=true

I paid over 17 bucks for it several years ago.. now they are 7.. figures..
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how do you connect grill to AS gas?

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Will be heading out on a prolonged trip and will be using my Weber Q grill. I've finally figured out how to run it off my trailers tanks. Anyone have an idea how fast I may burn through my propane? Will likely be running the furnace at night as well. I can't image the use rate is any different compared to the 1lb canisters. Each canister would last 3-4 days, roughly.
Did you get a special adapter to connect your Weber to the AS tanks? I have the gas quick connect, which I thought would be my back up if I ran out of propane for the grill. Then I did, and tried to connect, only to find that my grill hose did not fit the AS quick connect. I didn't have that back up plan thought out too well!
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