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I don't know what those numbers you listed refer to, but LP regulators are industry standard. They all regulate to 11 W.C. inches of pressure, because that is the standard for LP appliances of all types. Just buy a regulator that matches your fittings.
2004 American Tradition; 2014 Buick LaCRosse
Homebase in the Ocala Nat'l Forest near Ocala, FL
Hello - one difference is the orientation of the vent. In my case I have a dual stage regulator that is horizontally mounted with the vent pointing down. This keeps road debris out of the vent - keeping it clear. I have a 299.
when I spoke to the supplier, the guy explained the diff,
basically the orientation of the vent ( or what ever you call the opening)
so I did order the 299.
not here yet, but tank is turned off,
Thank you for all your concern and help.