I've been searching for both a stove and quick connect hose that work
together. This works perfect with my new Ranger two burner stove.
Stop lugging around that extra propane tank. Now you can connect your Camp Chef stove directly to your RV's propane. No need to take up space with a separate tank for your stove. Simply attach your Camp Chef stove to your RV's propane directly with this 8' connection hose.
Note: Most RV's built after 2004 come equipped with a quick disconnect with shut off. RV owners who's RV is without this quick disconnect outlet should consult a professional gas plumber and/or a RV service center before attempting to hook up outdoor gas appliances to your RV.
Excludes Mountain Series stoves
- 8 ft. long
- The hose has a 3/8 female flare swivel fitting for connecting to the Camp Chef Stove. The hose has a type 250 male quick connect fitting for connecting to the type 250 female quick connect on most RV's.
- 1/4" Hose
- Appliance End: 3/8" Flare Female Swivel (Connects to most Camp Chef stoves* and most BBQ Grills)
- Inlet: Type 250 Male Quick Connect for attachment to Type 250 Female Quick Connect only
- Max Pressure: 0.5 PSI
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For years, the main focus of Covey Rise has been celebrating "the lifestyle of the upland sporting enthusiast". Most recently, Covey Rise writer Miles Demott and photographer Terry Allen spent some time with Scott Leysath, The Sporting Chef. Click an image below to read the article 'Sporting Skill' and be sure and get the full April/May issue of Covey Rise.
The April/May issue of Petersen's Hunting highlights many products. One of which is the Stryker Stove and the available four-piece cook set. The Stryker Stove is light-weight, weighing in at 18.3 ounces, is compact, and powerful. With a matchless ignition it is a must-have for the avid outdoorsman.
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