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Old 02-23-2013, 08:25 AM   #1
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Is there a propane 'outlet' on Georgie Boy propane tanks ?

Hi ! Is there a propane 'outlet' on a Georgie Boy Pursuit in the propane tanks ? The reason being I want to use a portable grill without using the propane cylinders. I do know Camping World sells the hose to attach to a 20 lb tank. I am wondering if there is an outlet in the tanks beside the inlet. Thanks
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Hi ! Is there a propane 'outlet' on a Georgie Boy Pursuit in the propane tanks ? The reason being I want to use a portable grill without using the propane cylinders. I do know Camping World sells the hose to attach to a 20 lb tank. I am wondering if there is an outlet in the tanks beside the inlet. Thanks
Some rv have a low pressure outlet not to good for regular BBQ grill I suggest a T valve with 20 fts hose
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Hi ! Is there a propane 'outlet' on a Georgie Boy Pursuit in the propane tanks ? The reason being I want to use a portable grill without using the propane cylinders. I do know Camping World sells the hose to attach to a 20 lb tank. I am wondering if there is an outlet in the tanks beside the inlet. Thanks
This is what you need: Stay A While Tee - Mr. Heater F273752 - Propane Accessories - Camping World The hose attaches to one of the outlets.
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I understood the original poster to want to hook up a portable griller to the RV low pressure propane system so they didn't need to take a portable bottle with them.

If that is correct, then you can't use a stay a while fitting because that is on the high pressure side of the regulator and is intended for hooking up an external tank, NOT for hooking up an appliance unless it is a high pressure appliance.

If your griller is a high pressure appliance designed to work direct from the bottle without a regulator, then that would be different although I would question the safety aspects of using 20' of high pressure hose connected directly to a large tank to supply a small appliance.
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I understood the original poster to want to hook up a portable griller to the RV low pressure propane system so they didn't need to take a portable bottle with them.

If that is correct, then you can't use a stay a while fitting because that is on the high pressure side of the regulator and is intended for hooking up an external tank, NOT for hooking up an appliance unless it is a high pressure appliance.

If your griller is a high pressure appliance designed to work direct from the bottle without a regulator, then that would be different although I would question the safety aspects of using 20' of high pressure hose connected directly to a large tank to supply a small appliance.
No problem with a T and 20 fts hose connected directly to a 20 or 30 pds propane bottle, I had mine installed by a propane expert shop. And it works great with my weber grill.
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I use my extend-a-stay connection hooked up to my Webber and it works great because the grill has its own regulator
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