Originally Posted by arniesea
We set up a Colman Roadtrip Grill outside for most of our cooking. Make sure you have a propane quick disconnect specified for your trailer build. Then pick up one of these from E-Trailer to connect to your outdoor stove assuming it has the standard low pressure connector. 100476-72-Mbs | etrailer.com
That MB Sturgis hardware (tee, fittings, hoses) is all for high pressure propane (as it comes from the tank) - which is what a Coleman Roadtrip
grill needs, unless it is modified.
This is not low pressure, as it comes from Escape's optional quick connect port, which is plumbed to the regulated propane supply. The low pressure propane supply won't properly run this type of grill (unless the grill is modified), and the quick-connect fittings shouldn't fit... but unfortunately this and other MB Sturgis high-pressure products appears to use the Model 250 connector type which is for low-pressure service and rated by other suppliers (and by MB Sturgis
themselves) for only one-half of one pound per square inch.
I don't think I would buy anything from this company.
Edited based on MB Sturgis connector type.