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Old 04-24-2008, 04:28 PM   #1
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I just purchased a 2006 skyline toy hauler. It has a propane quick disconnect fitting. It appears to be plumbed in after the regulator. Since my portable bbq also has a regulator, will it work?
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No. Your grill needs high pressure propane. You could use an extend a stay fitting off your large tank before the regulator. I bought a small home style grill and plan on removing the regulator and adding a long hose to plug in at the port.
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So is the quick disconnect for a certain type of bbq only?
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So is the quick disconnect for a certain type of bbq only?
Usually for RVQ which conviently went out of business recently.
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