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Old 06-14-2010, 05:43 AM   #1
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Our 2011 30SKP has an external propane supply line located just left of the entry steps. At the end of the line is a female quick disconnect coupler. In order to connect a stove. BBQ etc to this supply line, what do I need for fittings, hoses etc?

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Well, I would guess you probably need the male end for that quick connect to plug into. Length of hose depends on how far away you want to be. Mine is 6 or 8 ft. Then a fitting to hook to your stove, etc. Better check and see if you will need a regulator also.

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Old 06-14-2010, 07:57 AM   #3
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Do I need a regulator is really what I was hoping to find out here. I've heard that if the supply from the trailer is regulated and the stove, BBQ or whatever has a regulator, it won't work. I'll give the local propane outfit a call.

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Old 06-14-2010, 08:02 AM   #4
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I hooked up my Campfire In A Can propane camp fire and removed the regulator from it because I thought it would be redundant. I fired it up and it works perfectly!

I'd say that the same would go for your camp stove.


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I should have added--------I use my Coleman camp stove hooked up to a 10# tank. My hose screws right into the fitting that you would normally have a 1# bottle on. I don't use a regulator. I think the part that hooks into the stove and holds the 1#er on the other end is all the regulator you need.



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It depends whether the T is before or after the regulator on the RV's tanks. I would assume after.
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