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  • Quick-connect Adapter For Aussie Portable Gas Grill
  • I went to the warehouse and pulled one of the Aussie Grills, part # 277-000091. I also pulled some connectors to see what fits the grill and would be suitable for a quick-disconnect. The quick-connect you have on the grill is a 1/4-inch male quick connect like part # CAM59903. If you are connecting the grill to a propane tank like the 20-lb, the quick-connect I recommend is part # CAM57629. This has a quick-connect 1/4-inch NPT adapter on one end that connects to the Aussie grill, and...
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  • Mounting and Installation Options for Aussie Gas Grill 277-000091
  • The included mounting hanger bracket that comes with the Aussie Gas Grill # 277-000091 does allow for installation on a motorhome that already has hanger rails installed (not included with the grille) as noted in the linked video. Since the bracket assembly does not fold up it is likely that it would be inconvenient to leave it mounted on the RV. Also, the grille cannot be left installed on the bracket for travel. It needs to be stowed in the RV using the included storage bag. The grille...
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  • Hanging Bracket Compatibility With Bumper Mounted Swing Arm Grill Bracket
  • The Portable Gas Grill with Carrying Bag - Black # 277-000091 has a bracket that comes with it and has a width similar to the overall width of the grill, so it is wider at around 26 inches than the discontinued CAM57871 bracket dimensions I've attached. I don't know the dimensions of your mount in your attached picture, but it does look like you could simply drill holes and mount this bracket to it without any problem. This will be a custom application and the bracket for the Aussie grill...
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  • Mounting Rails to Install Aussie Grill to a Travel Trailer
  • For mounting rails to attach the Aussie grill # 277-000091 to your trailer you can use # CAM57268. These are sold in quantities of 1.
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  • Quick Connect Propane Adapter Hose for a Smoke Hollow 205 Grille
  • It sounds like you need MB Sturgis Quick Disconnect Propane Hose # 100476-120-MBS. One end goes into a female quick disconnect on the RV/trailer. The other end is a Male #600 (1"-20) disposable cylinder port that lets you hook up a small appliance or propane tree. This way you can power a grill, heater, or other accessory without needing to use a 1-lb throwaway cylinder.
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  • Recommended Adapters Needed To Use Small Propane Bottle With Aussie Portable Grill
  • The Aussie grill has a 1/4 inch NPT quick connect adapter. The grill has a 12,000 BTU stainless steel burner. I did some research and found that one of the small 16.4 ounce bottles has about 22,000 BTUs of propane so you could expect to get about an hour and a half from one of those. To be able to use a small propane bottle like the 16.4 ounce propane throwaways you will first need an adapter like part # CAM59213. One end attaches to the propane bottle. To connect the # 277-000091...
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  • Adapter Recommendation for Connecting Grill for Propane Tank to RV Propane Source
  • The Portable Gas Grill with Carrying Bag # 277-000091 that you referenced is designed for use with a portable tank so the correct adapter you'd need to connect it to a RV propane source is something like the Camco Propane Adapter # CAM59213 which is a Female P.O.L./Male ACME x 1"-20 Male Throwaway Cylinder designed for connecting a small appliance that runs off a small tank to an RV propane source.
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  • Differences Between Aussie Portable Gas Grills
  • The Portable Gas Grill with Carrying Bag - Black # 277-000091 has a 10,000 BTU rectangular burner where the Portable Gas Grill with Carrying Bag - Stainless Steel # 277-000092 has a 12,000 BTU burner. The Black unit also has a porcelain enamel cooking grid on the bottom where the Stainless Steel unit has stainless steel grids for both. The Stainless Steel Unit also has a stainless steel flavor activator over a U-shaped burner. For either of these units you will want the Camco Quick-Connect...
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  • Aussie Grille Mount Option for Getting Grill Off Rear of Camper
  • If you have the Aussie grills part # 277-000091 or # 277-000092 you could use the fold out grill stand part # 277-000126. This would get the grill off of the rear of the camper.
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  • Size of Quick Disconnect Fitting on the Aussie Grill
  • The size of fitting that is on the Aussie Grill part # 277-000092 is 1/4 inch. We have a 10 foot long hose for this that is part # 100395-120-MBS.
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  • Can Portable Gas Grill with Carrying Bag 277-000091 be Permanently Mounted to the Back of a Trailer
  • First, RVQ: love it! The Portable Gas Grill with Carrying Bag - Black Item # 277-000091 isn't designed to be permanently mounted and would likely not be able to withstand the rigors of being mounted on the back of a trailer. What I recommend is to use the grill with folding grill stand # 277-000126. That way you won't have to permanently mount anything, nothing will get damaged, and the grill and stand are small enough that it would be easy to pack them up and be on your way when the...
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  • Recommended Hose For Portable Gas Grill Using 20 lb Propane Tank
  • The Portable Gas Grill with Carrying Bag - Black # 277-000091 can be connected to a 20 lb cylinder using the Camco Propane Hose w/ Shut-Off Valve - Female Quick-Connect x ACME - 6' Long # CAM57629. This hose will work fine for this application you simply need to make sure the valve at the female quick connector is turned on and it is labeled. Any 5 lb to 20 lb cylinder will be a low pressure application and will require a single stage regulator. That doesn't mean you won't have the heat...
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  • Gas Pressure Required by Aussie Portable Gas Grill 277-000091
  • My contact at Meco, the manufacturer of the Aussie Portable Gas Grill # 277-000091, advised that this unit is intended for direct connection to a high-pressure propane tank. If installed on an RV propane line with multiple items it may not get enough pressure. Naturally, when your tanks are full they will provide more pressure, and may operate the grill satisfactorily for a time, but as they are emptied that pressure drops and may reach the point where you do not get enough for maximum...
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  • Can a Female Quick Disconnect Propane Fitting be Split into 2 Female Quick Disconnect Fittings
  • Your best option is to use T-fitting # 103537-MBS. Since there isn't an adapter that plugs into a female quick disconnect and has 2 female disconnects on the output side you would need to install this T-fitting between the propane tank and its regulator. But if you put it in that location you would not need the 2 quick disconnects at the propane tank (because you would also need a hose to run all the way to the back with the other quick disconnect fitting). If you went this route though...
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  • Length of Quick-Connect Propane Hose
  • The Camco Quick-Connect to Quick-Connect Propane Hose # CAM57280 is 3 feet long. It will connect to any built-in Quick-Connect propane connection, including your Aussie grill.
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  • Is Regulator Included With Camco Propane Hose # CAM57629
  • The description we have of the Camco Propane Hose, part # CAM57629 states it will work with a 5-lb or 20-lb propane tank. The regulator included with this hose is a single stage regulator and is close to the screw on adapter that attaches to the tank. The other end of the hose has a shut-off. I have attached a photo of the # CAM57629 and have pointed out the regulator.
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  • How to Replace the Aussie Portable Gas Grill Part # 277-000091 on a Forest River Surveyor
  • The Aussie Portable Gas Grill part # 277-000091 that you are referring to comes with a standard male quick-disconnect propane fitting. This would mean that the propane line that is attached to the RV has a standard female quick-disconnect propane fitting. Therefore, you would need to use a hose with a standard male quick-disconnect propane fitting on one end and a fitting on the other end that matches your gas stove. I have attached a list of our standard quick-disconnect propane hoses...
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  • Style of Fitting that the Aussie Grill # 277-000091 Uses
  • The fitting style that the Gas Grill part # 277-000091 uses is a 1/4 inch NPT quick connect adapter.
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  • Recommended Hose And Adapter To Use With Aussie Portable Gas Grill
  • To connect the # 277-000091 grill you will then need a hose like part # CAM57629. One end has an Acme connector that will attach to a 20-lb propane tank. The other end has the quick-disconnect adapter that connects to the grill. If you are using one of the smaller propane bottles you will need an adapter part # CAM59213. The grill has a 12,000 BTU stainless steel burner. I did some research and found that one of the small 16.4 ounce bottles has about 22,000 BTUs of propane so you...
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  • Weight of Aussie 29 Folding Counter Height Bar Stool WSB2-80022
  • The Aussie Folding Counter Height Bar Stool - Black - 29" # 277-000203 has a shipping weight of 23 lbs, so it is most likely just over 20 lbs. We have a 60 day return policy for any new, unused item for a full product refund with no questions asked. I've attached the full policy as a link to assist.
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  • Availability of Carrying Bag for Portable Aussie RV Grill # 277-000091
  • Great news. Just the carrying bag for the Portable Aussie RV Grill # 277-000091 will be part # 277-000392. I have linked the above mentioned products to this page for your viewing and purchasing convenience.
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  • Recommended Propane Hose for the Aussie Portable Gas Grill # 277-000091
  • Since the Aussie grill doesn't have a regulator built into it you will need to use a hose that has a regulator with it, like part # CAM57629. This will work great with the Portable Gas Grill # 277-000091 that you referenced. I confirmed with my contact at Camco that it will work with your 40 lb propane tank. The grill does come with a stand that connects to your RV but if you would rather use a stand that doesn't install on the RV you can use part # 277-000126.
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  • Dimensions of Main Grill Grate Area on Aussie Portable Grill # 277-000092
  • The Aussie Portable Gas Grill with Carrying Bag # 277-000092 has a lower grill grate that measures 18 inches by 11-1/4 inches. The pan can actually take up the space all the way to the metal which is 11-3/8 by 18-1/2 inches. I've attached a photo to assist.
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  • Adapter Recommendation for Converting From RV Grill that Uses Small Tanks to RV Source
  • The adapter part # CAM59213 allows you to connect a larger propane bottle like what you have to a propane appliance that normally uses the smaller throwaway propane bottles. This would be the best solution we have since we don't have a regulator we can recommend you swap to on your current grill.
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  • Connecting Aussie Portable Gas Grille to RV Propane System
  • In order to connect the Aussie Portable Gas Grill # 277-000091 (which is the same as your 6TV1S00KP1) to your RV's propane system, you should just need the MB Sturgis Dual Quick Disconnect Propane Hose # 100395-72-MBS. This hose features a 1/4 inch Male Model 250 quick-disconnect at one end that will connect to your RV and a 1/4 inch Female Quick-Disconnect that will go to the grill. I have attached a short video demonstration on this hose that you can also check out.
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  • Smaller Sized RV Propane Grill
  • The closest RV grill we have to the dimensions you mentioned would be the Olympian 5500 part # CAM57305 which measures 18 inches wide, 11-1/2 inches deep and 9 inches tall.
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  • Propane Hose for Use with Aussie Portable Gas Grill 277-000092
  • The Aussie Portable Gas Grill # 277-000092 features a "male quick-disconnect" type propane fitting which is shown in the linked photo. You can operate the grille away from the RV either by using an adapter hose or a separate propane tank. If you want to connect this grille to a 5-lb or 20-lb standard backyard gas grille tank you can use the Camco Propane hose # CAM57629. If you want to connect it to the RV gas supply you can refer to the linked article to see all types of propane fittings...
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  • Weight of Aussie Grill 277-000092
  • Minus packaging the grill # 277-000092 will weight a few lbs less than 26 lbs. So right at 23 lbs.
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  • What Propane Source is Aussie Portable Gas Grill with Carrying Bag # 277-000092 Designed For
  • The Portable Gas Grill with Carrying Bag # 277-000092 is designed to be ran off of low pressure propane and not off of unregulated propane. Your propane source would need to be regulated to the 11 inch of water column like RVs are.
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  • Do Black and Stainless Versions of Aussie RV Grill Come with Mounting Brackets
  • Actually both the stainless steel # 277-000092 and the black version # 277-000091 of the Aussie gas grills come with mounting brackets. I attached a picture of the stainless steel version attached to the side of an RV using the included bracket.
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