• klaykrusher
    10
    So I'm looking to add a quick connect to use for our grill and portable fire pit. The tank is located in the center of the coach. In the pic, I'm laying on the ground looking up at a 90 degree fitting that goes to the 6 gal water heater. The idea is to take the 90 out and replace with a T. Any issues or concerns you can think of? Since this is after the tank regulator I'm assuming I'll need to remove the regulators from the grill and fire pit in order to not have too low of flow. I'm fine with doing this type of work in a home with natural gas, I'm guessing similar safeguards apply here. The standard rv propane extended stay kit will not work with my tank setup, thus looking at this solution.

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  • Ray
    445
    In the video on this post, I show the low pressure quick connect hookup that came as OEM with our Cougar trailer. - https://www.loveyourrv.com/love-little-o-grill-rv-barbecue/
  • klaykrusher
    10
    Thanks Ray, that's what I'm looking to do. Yeah, I think it makes sense to hunt down a tech to do this.
  • Randy Vallis
    38
    Always best to go with a pro if you don't feel comfortable esp with gas
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