Adding spare propane outlet for bbq
In one of the rear bays on the passenger side, I see a propane manifold. There is an unused port that is currently plugged. I would like to add an outlet there to allow connecting a hose to run some propane appliances - bbq, camp stove, etc.
The previous owner added an outlet (using a proprietary fitting) near the propane tank itself, but it is simply too far from where we would like to set up the bbq and inconvenient. If I understand correctly, this extra outlet is also unregulated.
Can I add an additional outlet at that manifold in the rear bay? I believe this manifold is downstream from the regulator, so I would not need a further regulator between the manifold and the propane appliance. Is that correct? Would there be any harm in having a second regulator? Or would gas flow be diminished to much?
Thanks in advance for any advice to keep my from blowing up my RV. Any photos of similar mods done by others would be appreciated.
2008 Tiffin Phaeton 36QSH - 2016 Lincoln MKX toad
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