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Old 11-02-2016, 05:40 AM   #1
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LPG hose source?

I have a propane BBQ and want to install a LPG supply hose on it to connect on to my chassis propane tank. I don't want to carry a separate gas tank.

Where can I get such a hose? Are the quick connect fittings safe?

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Do you already have a suitable fitting installed between the tank outlet and the regulator? If not, you can buy both the tee and hose from various suppliers. Search the Internet with terms like "Extend-a-Stay," "Sturgi-Stay," "Stay-Longer" and the like. I recently installed this Camco 59123 kit.

If you already have the tee, Camco, MB Sturgis and Marshall Gas carry hoses.

There are lots of posts on iRV2 on this topic; here's a link to a Google search of posts with the term "Extend-a-Stay" in them.

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Old 11-02-2016, 08:12 AM   #3
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There are two grades of LPG hose - low pressure and high. If the tap from the motorhome is after the regulator, it is low pressure and hoses are readily available in RV stores, many hardware and home stores, grill/appliance shops, and of course LP equipment suppliers. Online too, e.g. Amazon.

If you need high pressure LP gas, tapped off the RV before the regulator, you need high pressure hoses and those are mostly found at LP supply stores. If you grill has its own built-in regulator (e.g. uses the small green bottles), it requires a high pressure feed.
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