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dbhost
So one of the big issues, the only big issue I have had with my Brinkmann 2 burner stainless steel camp stove honestly, is the regulator. When I bought the stove, the first time I hooked it up to a 20lb tank the regulator failed and was replaced under warranty. A few years ago I saw folks mention they can't get the parts from Brinkmann any more, and today I noticed that Brinkmann is gone, out of buisiness.

Don't get me wrong, I love my Coleman gear, but there is something to be said about a Stainless Steel camp stove, and while I am selling mine, no doubt people are going to keep asking me where to get a replacement regulator...

I can take some pics of it tonight and see what folks think may work safely. If needed, I do own digital calipers, tell me what critical dimensions you need and I can get them.
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74HARLEY
Pics help, but most any regulator that will fit will work. 
Joe
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dbhost
Sorry, got sideways yesterday. WIll post a pic of it hopefully tonight, assuming my wife hasn't given all my time out...

If it weren't for the regulator, I might have taken more consideration on whether or not to list my propane stuff for sale...
Love my old school Coleman liquid fuel gear. Looking for tips and tricks to make the most of it.
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JimL
I was not aware of the situation with Brinkmann, but found this page.  Maybe they have the parts you want.
https://grillpartssearch.com/BRKMN.html

Personally, I think you should go to your local propane dealer that not only refills bottles, but sells parts and can make up hoses.  They may have what you need, even if it doesn't look the same.

-Jim

Remember, you're unique.  Just like everybody else.
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campinut
Your co-op store carries all fittings you need to assemble something together, that will work..campinut..
Like a moth at night, I am attracted to the light!..7/7/1964...Russ, from Missouri..
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dbhost
All good advice. Folks I am selling mine as I am trying to get rid of propane and go all CF with my gear, however since I made a video featuring the stainless steel stove, I get questions about it, and parts for it all the time. Trying to help others out is all...

Mine failed on my 2nd trip with it, and was replaced under warranty. That was right before I bought my 424 new. Until I made the video, I hadn't used this stove since 2005...

campinut, what do you mean by co-op store?
Love my old school Coleman liquid fuel gear. Looking for tips and tricks to make the most of it.
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Love my old school Coleman liquid fuel gear. Looking for tips and tricks to make the most of it.
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JimL
This is not what I was envisioning at all.  Ignore my previous post.  When I read regulator, I was thinking of a regulator with a rubber hose.  This is why pictures help so much.  Not that I'm right, but would have called this a propane adapter.

I wonder if the Coleman adapter would fit.  It may be worth checking if your local Walmart has one.  Being close to end of season, if they do, it might be in a clearance bin for a few dollars.  If cheap enough, it may be worth a shot.  Also, did you check the grill parts link above?

-Jim

Remember, you're unique.  Just like everybody else.
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campinut
I was thinking like Jim, by adapting a hose and regulator. Sorry, no pics so I was imagining something else. Co-op (cooperative) feed and farm store..campinut..
Like a moth at night, I am attracted to the light!..7/7/1964...Russ, from Missouri..
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