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Old 11-01-2014, 05:14 PM   #29
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Sam I feel for you you have no idea how nany spare parts I carried in the old Westport. I got to the point that I was spend more time fixing crap than relaxing in camp. Thus the new rig. But I know you will a nice ride out of it. Hurry up and get er done and get to Arizona.

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Old 11-21-2014, 11:13 PM   #30
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I have a male pneumatic fitting/valve next to my propane tank. Can't figure out it's purpose and don't want to open the valve without knowing what it's for.

I sure hope it's not designed for a gas grill. I trust brass for LP but not air fittings.

My shoulders have grown stronger from the I don't know shrug and my forehead is getting flatter from the obvious answer slap.

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Old 11-22-2014, 06:44 AM   #31
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I can't see enough of what's going on in that pic. The line on the left appears to lead from the tank valve to a 2 stage regulator. But from the regulator?

That fitting looks to be just below another tank valve?

If it's not, and its in the line coming from the rt. side of the regulator, it's on the low pressure side of the regulator. Fitting like that might be used to supply a grill, or have a line connected to it from a propane bottle using it's own regulator.

Either way, brass is commonly used here. Actually, the tank valves are brass under the paint. No cause for concern...

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