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Old 11-16-2018, 10:46 AM   #1
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Propane line after Residential fridge install

I have a propane grill that runs off of 20 lb tanks. I was wondering if it was possible to reroute the propane line for the norcold under the floor to the passenger side of the coach and then install a quick connect fitting so I could get rid of the propane tank. Has anyone done this? Any drawbacks? Advice? Tia
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They sell kits to do what you want to do on Amazon and at Camping World. I believe they hook up right at the main propane tank though.
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No reason this won't work. Just remember the exposed line under the RV and also this is low pressure. So need to remove regulator from Grill.
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I have a propane grill that runs off of 20 lb tanks. I was wondering if it was possible to reroute the propane line for the norcold under the floor to the passenger side of the coach and then install a quick connect fitting so I could get rid of the propane tank. Has anyone done this? Any drawbacks? Advice? Tia
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Yes, I've done it. I connected a tee at the tank and ran a approved propane flex line. Easy, peasy. You can get the line at Lowes in the propane grill dept.
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