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Exterior Grill

Almost all Flagstaff pop-up campers come with an exterior grill*. The grill attaches to the exterior of the camper via a collapsible rack that hangs on the exterior rail of the camper. A quick-disconnect fitting provides propane to the grill.

exterior grill grill with the lid closed

Here is the rail and the propane connection for the exterior grill:

grill rail connection grill propane hook-up

If you would prefer a stove, a 2-burner stove can be substituted for the grill on new sales at no charge (a 3-burner stove is available as an option). For used sales, a surcharge (to exchange a new stove for a used grill) will apply. (Stove details)

Quick-Connect Compatibility

Flagstaff stoves and grills use the "thin" male propane quick-connect fitting.

thin propane quick-disconnect fitting

To see if your quick-connect fitting is compatible look down the middle of the female quick-connect fitting; if a brass circle is at the bottom of the fitting, that quick-connect is compatible with current** Flagstaff stoves and grills. If a brass bar crosses the bottom of the fitting, that quick-connect is not compatible with Flagstaff stoves and grills and a different fitting will be required on either the male or female side.

propane connections

*The LTD Series and the 206LT are the only exceptions. For these campers, a grill can be installed in two ways:

1. The stove that comes with the LTD Series and 206LT can be exchanged for a grill.

2. A separate gas connection independent from the existing stove gas line can be installed. The grill and stove can then sit side-by-side and can be used at the same time.

**Older Flagstaff campers used the "bar" connection. We forgot the exact year the change was made to the new "ring" style connection--sorry!

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