I don't remember where I saw the post regarding what is needed to attach a propane tank (1lb or 20lb). Wouldn't this then turn it into a Tri-Fuel?!!? Any links are greatly appreicated!
I have a propane converter made by Century. When I bought mine, their products were still largely USA-made, FWIW. That may have changed.
I think I got it at WallyWorld.
Here's a link to Google results for it
It works quite well, in my experience. Coleman has 2 different sizes of generators (and consequently, holes into which they insert on
the stoves). The Century unit works with both of them without difficulty.
In addition to the 1lb bottles, you can use a hose & run it from a 20lb tank. There are 2 types of hoses for that: one is a direct connect between stove
& tank, which allows you to use only 1 device. The other is a propane distribution "tee" that attaches to the tank, & allows use of up to 3 devices from
a single bulk tank (with additional hoses). This is what I use; I can run 2 propane stoves from the side mounts, & put a propane lantern head on the top
(for which it's designed). It's more expensive to get the Tee & hoses, but it's a far more flexible setup.
Whoops! I thought that model number sounded a little off! I should have checked first.
The converter I mentioned is indeed for the 2 or 3 burner suit-case style liquid fuel Coleman stoves with the
tanks that remove & store inside the stove
I'm not aware of any conversion unit for that single-burner. I have an older, but similar, dual fuel single
burner. It's built as a single unit––with integral tank, generator, & burner. I can't see a way to convert it.
Mea maxima culpa!
Sorry 'bout that!