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Hello,

I have seen some threads on this general topic but am still a bit confused-sorry if I missed a topic that addresses this.  I wondered if anyone uses the camp chef  explorer 2x stove and if the propane hose pictured below works with it and the QC system for propane.  Even if you don't use it but can provide any feedback that would be great.  Getting my Oliver on Friday (VERY EXCITED!!) and want to have all the right equipment.  I get the hose pictured on Thursday.  I know--nothing like waiting until the last minute--not sure why I thought getting this would be simple. 🙂  

Thanks for your time!

 

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Just make sure you DO NOT have a regulator on your cam chef your LP will be regulated by your Oliver. 

 

Pat

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I have quick disconnects on both ends of my appliances. (stoves, cookers, fire pit, etc.).  Since I do use my extension hose on other accessories it just alitames the carrying of more hoses. One exception is the Little Red Firepit, it's hose does windup inside the unit when not in use, but it to has quick disconnects on both ends which can give if needed two hoses for longer runs from the trailer. And yes, all regulators are removed from all appliances and only the trailer regulator is needed for safe use of each. I guess you can say, I went quick disconnect over board, but the ease of use is worth it to me. 

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2 hours ago, Trainman said:

I have quick disconnects on both ends of my appliances. (stoves, cookers, fire pit, etc.).  Since I do use my extension hose on other accessories it just alitames the carrying of more hoses. One exception is the Little Red Firepit, it's hose does windup inside the unit when not in use, but it to has quick disconnects on both ends which can give if needed two hoses for longer runs from the trailer. And yes, all regulators are removed from all appliances and only the trailer regulator is needed for safe use of each. I guess you can say, I went quick disconnect over board, but the ease of use is worth it to me. 

trainman

Can you provide links to the appropriate male and female connectors please?

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Below is the link to a flared connection that would be added to the Camp Chef.  I opted for this or one similar to it.  I also bought one that was flared, but also had a short hose with the 1/4 inch QC on it.  This is handy too.  It gets the fitting for the extension hose off the surface where you join it.  I found many instances where I could barely keep the Camp Chef Ranger II on the picnic table and still make the connection to the QC female end of the hose running to the Oliver QC.

https://www.amazon.com/DOZYANT-Fittings-Connecting-Pressure-Appliance/dp/B082683LGQ?pd_rd_w=vCZMJ&pf_rd_p=306cc3dd-f716-4afe-8aeb-47781d60c63f&pf_rd_r=3NT1235EMHXRS51JVAEG&pd_rd_r=e0f176e2-542e-44c6-aae7-61397b3cde27&pd_rd_wg=GdOjT&psc=1&ref_=pd_bap_d_csi_vtp_0_i

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