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Old 10-30-2010, 11:03 AM   #1
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Hi All

My name is Gregory, I am new to this forum and would like to say hi!

I have an am restoring a 1961 Aristocrat Lo-Liner 15". I love the size of this trailer, which is perfect for my Wife and I.

I lived on a 50 foot sailboat for over 5 years and am very familiar with AC/DC systems and various woodworking and fiberglass skills. My problem is that I am not very knowledgable about Propane and have a large project to do.

Anyway, the travel trailer has a Princess stove that does work, it also has an "ice box" which I plan to replace with a 3-way at a later date. I just purchased a Olympian Wave 6 heater and want to get this hooked up as well as place a "T" for the refer that will come at a later time.

Now I have several questions about this installation. Currently the copper pipe is coming from the LPG tank thru the floor direct to the stove. I want to replace this and hook up eventually 3 items. How should this be done?

Do you start at the propane tank and then make 2 "T"'s (one for the stove and then one for the upcoming refer, then flair off the last connection (which would be my heater?). This sounds logical, but I would appreciate and and all comments

Have a great day!!


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Old 10-30-2010, 11:39 AM   #2
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Welcome to the forum. You live in one of my wife & my favorite cities.
To answer your question on the propane connections. I am no expert on LPG plumbing, but I believe you can split the line any where down stream of the regulator. There are several members here that know alot about LPG hookups & I am sure one or more will post here soon.
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