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Old 01-05-2017, 01:55 PM   #1
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Adding Auxilliary Propane Line

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I'd like to add a propane line to one of the passenger side storage compartments so I can quick connect a propane fire pit.
What's involved with adding one?
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i did this on my london aire...i was lucky and had an extra plug that had tag said vapor, and was of course above the 80% fill line.just like the one that the regulator was in.. now if you are using appliances with a gas valve then just plumb off the tank, be sure to add a shut off close to point. if you have appliances with no regulator then of course add one. and use a proper sized line.. usually 3/8" is ok unless big btu draws. and where you have to go thru or drill a hole then make sure to use a grommet or big enough hole with proper support...thats a start...and should be able to get it from there..
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Here's a link to a video the RV Geeks made when they completed thIs task.

How To Connect a BBQ Grill to an RV's On-board Propane Tank - RVgeeks
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