I don't think you should use one that is for air. It's my understanding, the LP connecters are a breed of their own. I installed one inside the trailer for a Wave heater, but it is specifically for LP. The hose and both connecters came as a package.
2008 Cruiser CF26RK
2013 Ford Eco-Boost
Heavy duty payload - Max tow
The male fitting did not come with my Cruiser. Camping World had the type that fit the female connertor on my trailer. They are not a universal fit at least for what was on my unit. Be aware that that this will be a low pressure connection so if you connect a grill, the grill regulator needs to be removed for proper operation. The grill regulators are designed for a high pressure feed.
Russ, I'm glad to know that. The main thing i wanted to use mine for was a fish cooker. It uses a good bit of pressure. I may have to use my seperate lptank for that. It's a jet type burner. Good info- thanks
Been there tried that. The pressure is too low for a high volume fish cooker. The male fitting can also be found at any LP service center. I found mine at a rental store, that also sold cookers. Edited by: FFFord
Steve & Sharon
'13 Dodge Citadel (hers)
'12 3500 Dodge Mega Cab 6.7 Cummins (his)
'12 Crossroads Rushmore RF38FL (ours!)
Barry, the ADHD x 2 German Shepherd mix, Granddog.
Would it be possible for me to buy any gas grill and remove the regulator to be able to hook up to the gas outlet on the cruiser? I have a small grill that uses the 1 lb bottles. But i would like a bigger grill area.
I had a Broil King Port-o-Chef and currently have a Weber Q200 grill. On both of these grills I was able to remove the regulator so thatthe grill would operate on low pressure. Don't get a grill that has the regulator built into the control as it can't be removed.