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Adapter hose for Coleman stove (?)

Postby les45 » Sun Feb 25, 2018 1:17 pm

Does anyone know if Coleman (or anyone else) makes an adapter hose for the newer Coleman two burner stoves like the one in this pic?
It will replace the fixed tube type connector that comes with the stove for use with the one pound propane bottles.
I need to be able to move the bottle when using the stove inside my camper.

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The one in the pic is made by Stansport and is listed on Amazon but the Q&A's say it does not fit the Coleman stoves.
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Re: Adapter hose for Coleman stove (?)

Postby troubleScottie » Sun Feb 25, 2018 2:08 pm

Your picture looks like the "Stansport 30-Inch Hose with Regular Appliance to 1-Pound Cylinder" on Amazon.
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Re: Adapter hose for Coleman stove (?)

Postby GuitarPhotog » Sun Feb 25, 2018 4:04 pm

troubleScottie wrote:Your picture looks like the "Stansport 30-Inch Hose with Regular Appliance to 1-Pound Cylinder" on Amazon.


Yes, and his original post says it doesn't fit Coleman stoves.
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Re: Adapter hose for Coleman stove (?)

Postby les45 » Sun Feb 25, 2018 7:17 pm

troubleScottie wrote:Your picture looks like the "Stansport 30-Inch Hose with Regular Appliance to 1-Pound Cylinder" on Amazon.


Most of the Q&A's say that it doesn't fit most other stoves and some even say it won't fit all Stansport stoves. Not sure if there is a standard fitting that all stoves use or if they each have their own proprietary connections.
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Re: Adapter hose for Coleman stove (?)

Postby tony.latham » Sun Feb 25, 2018 7:21 pm

I think so...

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000Q9AJZG?tag=viglink20483-20

But good luck finding one.

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Re: Adapter hose for Coleman stove (?)

Postby les45 » Sun Feb 25, 2018 8:49 pm

tony.latham wrote:I think so...

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000Q9AJZG?tag=viglink20483-20

But good luck finding one.

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I've looked all over the internet and they all say the same thing "not available". Coleman doesn't list it on their stove parts web page. There are discussions on several other forums that say the hose type regulator has been discontinued. I'm thinking I can buy the solid tube type that comes with the stove (Walmart and Amazon both list them for $15) and simply cut the tube and install my own hose. Normally I can use the stove outside on a table. I need the hose type for the infrequent times that I might have to use the stove inside my camper since the cabinet that I will use for the stove isn't big enough to hold the stove and the propane tank on the end of the tube type regulator.
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Re: Adapter hose for Coleman stove (?)

Postby GuitarPhotog » Sun Feb 25, 2018 9:49 pm

les45 wrote:
tony.latham wrote:I think so...

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000Q9AJZG?tag=viglink20483-20

But good luck finding one.

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I've looked all over the internet and they all say the same thing "not available". Coleman doesn't list it on their stove parts web page. There are discussions on several other forums that say the hose type regulator has been discontinued. I'm thinking I can buy the solid tube type that comes with the stove (Walmart and Amazon both list them for $15) and simply cut the tube and install my own hose. Normally I can use the stove outside on a table. I need the hose type for the infrequent times that I might have to use the stove inside my camper since the cabinet that I will use for the stove isn't big enough to hold the stove and the propane tank on the end of the tube type regulator.


Can you just cut the existing rigid tube between the stove fitting and the regulator and hose clamp on some low-pressure propane hose? Then the regulator and adapter to 5 gallon BBQ tank can be at the tank and the stove can be in the galley. Just an idea

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Re: Adapter hose for Coleman stove (?)

Postby Dale M. » Mon Feb 26, 2018 9:28 am

Get hose with 20x1 inch (disposable bottle connection) on each end and just add it to existing hose...

https://propanewarehouse.com/shop/campi ... alefemale/
https://propanewarehouse.com/shop/campi ... alefemale/

Or if you want to go from 20x1 inch (disposable connection) to POL ( "x" gallon tank) ...

https://propanewarehouse.com/shop/acces ... hose-wpol/
https://propanewarehouse.com/shop/acces ... hose-wpol/

Got picture of hose/fitting you are trying to replace...

Also Amazon is not your fiend... Go to dealers that specifically deal with propane products...

http://www.mrheater.com/product/accessories.html
https://propanewarehouse.com
https://www.propaneproducts.com/parts-f ... -35-1.html
http://www.campingworld.com/maintain-yo ... s-adapters

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Re: Adapter hose for Coleman stove (?)

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Re: Adapter hose for Coleman stove (?)

Postby les45 » Sat Mar 31, 2018 9:11 am

szern wrote:Would this do the trick?

https://www.amazon.com/GASPRO-Extension ... op?ie=UTF8


No, the stove end is also a female fitting and about 1/2" diameter.
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