I did this, here's the list my friend sent me:
We have a Weber Q220 at home and love it. On Pop Up Explorer/RV Itch many people mod a Baby Q to use the low pressure quick connect on their camper if they have one...since the Visa came with a quick connect, it didn't take too long before this mod was calling my name. I found a never-used Q100 (the little brotherto our 220) on Craigslist, complete with the rolling collapsible stand and cover - sweet!
So you start by taking the regulator off of the grill, which leaves you with a 1/8" male fitting. From there here is the list of parts I ordered from http://www.bigway.com/:
- Reducing coupling ¼” female to 1/8” female, item # 40-1 (from the grill to the hose)
- Hose (I went for 9’) ¼” male on both ends, item # 20-90
- Gender bender double female coupling, part # 39-10 (from the hose to the quick connect)
2 years ago, we bought a 19ft trailer, we wanted to travel around. We travelled the first summer, went on vacation for 2 weeks and 4 week-ends for a total of 24 nights. Last summer, we took a seasonnal site and stayed 56 nights. This year, we traded the 19 footer and traded it for a 28 footer. The smaller trailer gets cramped up fast when you're not travelling, and since we won't be pulling the new one (only once)we don't care how much it weighs. Our goal this year is 75 nights!