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Low Pressure RV LP Gas Regulator

Low Pressure RV LP Gas Regulator

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JR Products low-pressure regulator is designed for portable appliances. Regulates 175,000 Btu/hr based on 25 psig inlet and 9" WC with fittings that measure 1/4" FPT inlet x 3/8" FPT outlet. Great Prices for the best propane fittings from JR Products. Low Pressure RV LP Gas Regulator part number 37207-30335 can be ordered online at or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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JR Products Propane Fittings - 37207-30335

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JR Products low-pressure regulator is designed for portable appliances. Regulates 175,000 Btu/hr based on 25 psig inlet and 9" WC with fittings that measure 1/4" FPT inlet x 3/8" FPT outlet.


  • Low-pressure regulator is designed for portable appliances
  • 175,000 Btu/hr based on 25 psig inlet and 9" WC
  • 1/4" FPT inlet x 3/8" FPT outlet

07-30335 JR Products Low Pressure RV LP Gas Regulator

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Today, we're going to take a look at the JR Products low pressure RV LP gas regulator. Now this is a low pressure regulator. It's designed for portable appliances. You can see on this end right here, it'll have a 1/4" FPT inlet connection. On the other end is a 3/8" FPT outlet connection. It does have the drip lift vent that's above the outlet.

Now when you do install this, you always want to make sure the regulator's mounted with the vent pointing down so that any water or debris will not collect in the regulator. So that'll mean with this pointing down, this will be mounted in the vertical position. You could see it will run that way. This also does have a 175,000 BTU per hour capacity and that's based on a 25 pounds per square end gauge inlet and a 9" water column. But that should do it for the review on the JR Products low pressure RV LP gas regulator..

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Low Pressure RV LP Gas Regulator - 37207-30335

Average Customer Rating:  4.5 out of 5 stars   (8 Customer Reviews)

JR Products low-pressure regulator is designed for portable appliances. Regulates 175,000 Btu/hr based on 25 psig inlet and 9" WC with fittings that measure 1/4" FPT inlet x 3/8" FPT outlet.


Looks like good quality. I have installed the regulator and works perfectly. I AM HAPPY !


The actual inch measurement of the hole was the most helpful in determining what regulator I needed.








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  • Best Regulator for 165,000 btu
    When choosing the proper regulator for your applications, you want to find the closest you can get to your max btu usage. For your application, I recommend # 37207-30335 which has a 175,000 btu/hr rating. Check out the video linked below for more details. For your concerns about pressure drop, I contacted MB Sturgis to see if they had any solutions. They stated that if you are losing pressure over that distance, your best option is to use the shortest hose length possible to reach your...
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  • Propane Regulator For 80,000 Btu Griddle
    For an 80,000 Btu griddle, you need a regulator that is capable of handling that amount of flow, such as the Low Pressure RV LP Gas Regulator # 37207-30335. This is a 175,000 Btu/hr low pressure regulator, and has 1/4" FPT inlet and 3/8" FPT outlet; the connections are the other thing you will need to be aware of, as you'll need the right ones for your application. I have added a link below to a video review of this regulator, as well as to our selection of hoses so you can find the right...
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  • Two Propane Regulators on RV
    You probably do not need both and if they are connected in series then you do not want both, you are probably dropping your propane pressure below a usable psi. on the output of that second regulator. If they are not connected in series but each is connected to a separate propane supply then no need to remove unless you choose to combine. I do suggest you use a good 2 stage regulator such as the Camco Automatic Changeover 2-Stage Propane Regulator for Dual Propane Tanks, # CAM59005.
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  • Parts for 40 Pound Propane Tank Connection.
    The parts you are suggesting are; # 37207-31455 Propane Hose, # 37207-31525 regulator, and # 100575-15-MBS propane tank Type-1 pigtail. Looks good for two 40# tanks. If you only have one tank, then you only need one pigtail and you can use a regular regulator like the JR Products # 37207-30335 made for RV's and supporting 175,000 BTU. Select a regulator based on the application. You can email me back if you need a different sized regulator.
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  • Can You Replace A Black Type-1 Propane Fitting With A Green One
    The color of the fittings were to signify the BTU range for the fittings, but with some manufacturers stepping out of those ranges the color really isn't as important and knowing what the BTU rating of your regulator is. Since the Type-1 Fitting would be before the regulator the flow is going to be limited to the capacity of the regulator. If you had a regulator like part # 37207-30335, which has a 175,000 BTU rating and used a fitting like # 204024-MBS, which has a 200,000 BTU rating you'd...
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  • Recommended Replacement For A Marshall 800 Propane Regulator
    The Marshall 800 is showing up as a single stage 175,000 BTU regulator. Depending on the WC rating needed for the appliances you're using you can use the Low Pressure RV LP Gas Regulator # 37207-30335 which has a 9" WC rating and 175,000 BTU rating or the Camco Single Stage Propane Regulator # CAM59013 which has an 11" WC rating and 200,000 BTU rating.
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    If your propane fire pit/table top heater already has a regulator you won't want to have a second regulator on the line. If there is no regulator it really just depends on the connections to the tank and the fire pit/table top heater. The easiest would be to use a hose like the # CAM57629 or # CAM57703 that come with regulators on them and attaching them to a propane bottle. If you're pulling from an RV's onboard propane tank you could install a regulator like the Camco Horizontal 2-Stage...
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