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First off it depends on the Grill there are several grill's made to run off the low pressure side for RV's. Next any grill can be converted to run off low pressure because they all use low pressure at the valve and burner so it is just a matter of plumbing it correctly. That however can be a PITA finding the right couplers to convert the grill. If doing the low side hook up the last and still important issue is can you get enough flow to run it many grills use way more gas than the regulator can deliver which is why they use high pressure and their own regulator. There are many 3 and 4 port adapters that can be added to your system at the tank but even then you still can run into volume issues with a big grill. I laughed one day when some friends decided to deep fry a turkey outside and it was 20 deg out after 4 hours and 2 tanks they gave up because they could never get the oil up to temp with a 20lb cylinder. At 60deg a 20lb cyl produces about 24000btu or enough to run a medium sized grill.