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  • Hoses and Regulators Needed to Add Dual Tank Propane Setup to Trailer
  • I attached a picture that shows what the typical dual tank setup looks like with the accessories needed labeled. First thing you need is pig tails to go from the tanks to the regulator like the part # 100473-12. Then for a dual tank regulator with automatic changeover we have the part # 37207-30395 that each of the pigtails would connect to. Then for a 12 foot long extension hose that would plug into outlet of the regulator you'd want the part # 100040-144-MBS. From there you'd connect...
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  • Dual Propane Regulator Replacement for Older Trailer
  • It looks like what you have there are dual propane tanks, so a dual propane regulator will be needed. The age of the trailer doesn't matter so long as the fittings on the tanks are current. So what you need is the Compact Low Pressure 2-Stage Automatic Changeover RV LP Gas Regulator # 37207-31525. For hoses you can use the 12 inch MB Sturgis Propane Hose Assembly - RV Type 1 w/ Back Check x 1/4" MPT # 100473-12. To mount this regulator if needed, you can use the U-Post RV LP Gas Regulator...
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  • Parts Needed to Connect Auxiliary 20 lb Propane Tank to Dual Onboard Camper Tanks
  • I appreciate all the information! The part I recommend using is the MB Sturgis Sturgi-Stay T-Fitting w Hose - Type 1 Valve - Quick Disconnect, Disposable Cylinder Ports # 103615. The Sturgi-Stay T-Fitting will connect in-line between one of your onboard tanks and the regulator, via its pigtail hose, as shown in the attached diagram. The red (Type 1) fitting on #103615 connects to the tank valve and the pigtail from that tank connects to the brass side of the T-fitting. The included...
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  • Parts Needed to Hook Up to 100 lb Propane Tank on 2019 Grand Design Transcend RV
  • From what you described it sounds like you're needing the T-Fitting # 103602-MBS along with the Fill Hose # 100019-144 (for your small tank), the Tank Connector # 204037-MBS, and the 2-Stage Propane Regulator # 108221. Attached is a photo of what this setup looks like and below is a full list of the parts you'll need if all you currently have is the 100 lb tank: T-Fitting - # 103602-MBS Fill Hose - # 100019-144 Adapter Hose - # 100284-144-MBS (for an appliance like the Grill # FR51322) Tank...
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  • Difference Between 3 JR Products Propane Regulators
  • Those three regulators are all very similar and essentially do the same thing but they're used on different propane setups. Part # 37207-30365 is a vertical regulator. Vertical regulators are commonly on propane systems on travel trailers or pop up trailers Part # 37207-30375 is a horizontal regulator that also has POL fitting inserted into it. Horizontal regulators are usually what you see on motorhome systems. The tanks on motorhomes, called ASME tanks, also use a POL connection...
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  • Changeover/Regulator and Pigtail Harness or RV with Two 100 lb Propane Tanks
  • What you are looking for is a dual stage propane regulator with an automatic changeover like the JR Products Compact Low Pressure 2-Stage Automatic Changeover # 37207-31525. This connects to both of your tanks and automatically switches between them so that you can use both tanks without having to manually switch between them. For a 15 inch pigtail to connect from each tank to the regulator then we have the steel braided part # 100833-15 which will work great.
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  • Difference Between JR Products Automatic Changeover Propane Regulators & Camco Propane Regulator
  • The difference between the prices of the JR Products Automatic Changeover LP Gas Regulators and Camco Automatic Changeover 2-Stage Propane Regulators are in the BTU per hour, which as you correctly noted, is important information. The JR Products Automatic Changeover RV LP Gas Regulator # 37207-30395 is rated for 345,000 BTU per hour for the Service Cylinder and 260,000 BTU per hour for the reserve cylinder. The JR Products Compact Low Pressure 2-Stage Automatic Changeover RV LP Gas...
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  • Does The Greystone Portable Grill and Griddle Item # WAY34FR Have A Built In Regulator
  • The Greystone Outdoor RV Griddle and Grill Item # WAY34FR does not have a built in regulator. If you are running it off a single propane tank it will require one. I recommend the Camco Propane Hose w/ Shut-Off Valve Item # CAM57629. This hose and regulator are designed for your low pressure gas appliances running off a single tank.
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  • Adding A Propane Gas Quick Connect Under Trailer
  • Than you for providing the photograph from under your trailer near the location you would like a propane quick disconnect hose installed. In the picture we see a iron pipe elbow attached to a fitting which is, male pipe thread on one side and male flare on the other. The flare side appears to connect to an appliance distribution line. I don't think you are supposed to try to Tee off a distribution line. Instead I would replace the elbow with a tee. I have attached a crude drawing I...
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  • Connecting Propane Grill and Griddle to Quick Disconnect on Trailer
  • If you're right about taking the regulator off of the Blackstone griddle then you can use part # 100476-120-MBS for a 10 foot hose that goes from the regulated quick disconnect on the trailer right to it. The Coleman on the other hand is more difficult than that since the regulator can't be removed and, as you know, you can't run the gas through two regulators. The only thing we have that'll do it is adding a Tee right at your tanks using part # 103613-MBS and then using the same 10...
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  • Propane Hose to Connect Trailer's Propane System to Regulator
  • Thank you for the photo and from that it looks like you have a 1/2 inch fitting, which is common for the hose coming from the propane system on your trailer. However, there are not extensions with a 1/2 inch fitting so we have replacement hoses of different lengths though you'll need to determine if they are the proper length for your needs. - MB Sturgis Propane Hose Assembly - 1/2" Female Flare Swivel x 3/8" MPT - 3 Feet # 100383-36-MBS - MB Sturgis Propane Hose Assembly - 1/2" Female...
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  • Recommended MB Sturgis Auto Changeover Regulator for Two 30 lb Tanks
  • The MB Sturgis High Capacity Two-Stage Auto Changeover Regulator # 888001-MBS reaches upwards of 500,000 Btu P/H and maintains pressure of 9 WC or above. This sounds like what you are seeking as the Compact Low Pressure 2-Stage Automatic Changeover RV LP Gas Regulator # 37207-31525 is a similar item but only has a 262,500 Btu rating.
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  • Recommended Longer Propane Pigtail for Cargo Area with Limited Clearance
  • Thank you for the picture! It looks like a longer pigtail hose is going to allow you to turn the cylinder enough to connect to your regulator, so I recommend using something like the MB Sturgis # 100833-24, which is 24" long. I've also linked our entire selection of pigtail hoses that have 1/4" male inverted flares and Type 1 connectors. Using a longer pigtail like this should allow you to connect your Camco Propane Cylinder Gas Gauge and Leak Detector # CAM59023 to the regulator and allow...
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  • Two-Stage Regulator With Automatic Changeover For Dual Propane Tanks
  • Thank you for the photo it was helpful, and what it shows is you do have the standard dual propane tank set up, so you can absolutely use the MB Sturgis regulator you asked about: - MB Sturgis High Capacity Two-Stage Auto Changeover Regulator # 888001-MBS Then if you'd also like new hoses what you can use are the MB Sturgis Propane Pigtail - Type 1 x 1/4" Male Inverted Flare - 15 inches # 100575-15-MBS or 20 inches # 100575-20-MBS.
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  • Parts Needed to Connect 100 Lb Tank with POL to On-board 5th Wheel Regulator Pigtail
  • You could technically use the Propane Adapter Fitting # 204128-MBS to convert the POL fitting on your 100 lb tank to a Type 1 or ACME fitting, which will allow you to connect the 15 foot Valve Extension Hose # 100914-180-MBS. This would then allow you to connect the male end (with the threads on the outside) of the extension to the green female end of your existing 12 inch pigtail, attached to your regulator. Using two pigtails is not ideal, but if you need the 15 foot extension plus the...
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  • What RV Propane Supply Line Is Used from Regulator to Appliances?
  • Regulators normally have 1/4 inch not 3/8 inch connections as does the small appliance. If this is what you have the Quick Disconnect Propane Hose - 1/4" Male NPT - 10' # 37207-31135 along with the MB Sturgis Quick Disconnect Propane Connector - 1/4" FPT # 104052-MBS. If you have 3/8 inch connections, the only option we have for your specific fit is to use multiple hoses. You can use the Propane Hose - 3/8" Female SAE Swivel x 3/8" Male NPT - 2-1/2' # 37207-31405 or the Propane Hose...
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  • Replacement Propane Hose for Marshall HP424
  • According to my research, the Marshall HP424 does have a Type 1 connection (which connects to your propane tank) and a 1/4" Male NPT connection (which connects to a dual-stage regulator). So the hose you mentioned will work as a replacement, and there are a number of different lengths if you were in need of one. - 12 Inches: MB Sturgis Propane Hose Assembly - RV Type 1 w/ Back Check x 1/4" MPT # 100473-12 - 15 Inches: MB Sturgis Propane Hose Assembly - RV Type 1 w/ Back Check x 1/4"...
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  • Recommended Replacement for GR-618 High Pressure Regulator
  • Thank you for the photo. Your JR Products model GR-618 is a single stage, 18 psi, high-pressure regulator that is no longer available. It has been replaced by the JR Products High Pressure RV LP Gas Regulator (model GR-630) # 37207-30325, which is a suitable replacement. I highly suggest also picking up a tube of gas pipe thread sealant # 37207-30555 to help prevent any leaks. This can be used on all metals, plastic, PVC, fiberglass, CPVC, and nylon threaded applications.
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  • Parts Needed to Connect Manchester 10 lb Propane Tank to 4 Propane Cookers on Food Trailer
  • From what I can tell it looks like you need the adapter # 204037-MBS, regulator # 108221, and hose # 100383-48-MBS for your propane setup. I'm not sure what the POL to QCC1 converter is that you mentioned but these parts get you from the POL connector on your Manchester 100 lb propane tank to the 1/2" flared fitting that I believe your picture shows goes to your 4 propane cookers. If you have something else please let me know. I have attached a photo showing how these parts are typically...
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  • Recommended Pig Tail Hose for Camco Automatic Changeover 2-Stage Propane Regulator
  • In order to use the Camco Automatic Changeover 2-Stage Propane Regulator part # CAM59005 you'll need the MB Sturgis Propane Pigtail part # 100833-24, one for each tank. This pigtail has an inverted flare fitting which is what you need for the above regulator which already has a brass NPT to Inverted Flare Fitting installed. The hose is 24" long so you will have plenty of length.
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  • Tee and Hose for Quick-Disconnecting Grill with 1 lb Propane Fitting
  • Although it isn't paired together in a kit, you can use the T-Fitting # 103537-MBS with the Quick-Disconnect Propane Hose # 100476-72-MBS for your application. This provides you with the quick-disconnect equivalent of the MB Sturgis Sturgi-Flow T-Fitting w/ Hose for POL Valve # 103608 that you referenced.
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  • Tee Fitting Needed to Connect Auxiliary 20 lb Tank to Propane System
  • What you need is a T-Fitting and auxiliary hose like what comes in the Kit # 103538-MBS, but your propane setup is a bit different than a normal RV so you'll need to get creative in how you're able to connect the T-Fitting. One end is a male POL connection, which will connect to your valve, while the other end has a female POL fitting. Then you have the 2 quick-disconnects and a hose that allows you to connect your 20 lb auxiliary tank. You can definitely use the T-Fitting # 103602-MBS...
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  • Determining Correct Automatic Change Over Propane Regulator For Generator
  • You are on the right track. To determine the correct replacement regulator for your generator you will need to know the BTU per hour requirement of the generator. You should be able to find this information in the owner's manual for your generator or by contacting the generator manufacturer. Once you know the correct BTU per hour rating your need you can choose the correct regulator. For example the MB Sturgis High Capacity Two-Stage Auto Changeover Regulator # 888001-MBS you were...
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  • Pigtails Needed to Connect Dual Propane Tanks to Regulator on Travel Trailer
  • For a typical travel trailer propane setup you will have 1 of 2 pigtails. The first will have the Type 1 connector (with the green cap) and the other has a 1/4" MPT fitting like what we find on the pigtail # 100473-12. I believe this is what you currently have but I think the end you're seeing looks like the MB Sturgis Propane Adapter Fitting # 204120-MBS and I think the white plastic piece is part of the back-check. The other type of pigtail that we see has the same Type 1 connector,...
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  • 12 Propane Pigtail
  • If you have a 1/4 Inch - Male NPT, I suggest the # 100473-12. If you have a 1/4 Inch - MIF, then I suggest # 100833-12. If you have brass fittings in the inlets on the regulator then you most likely have the inverted flare.
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  • 12 Foot Quick Disconnect Propane Hose and MPT Adapter for Connecting to RV Grill
  • The part # 37207-31235 will give you 12 feet of hose that will attach to the quick disconnect you have on your RV. For an adapter then we have the part # 401132-MBS which gives you a male quick disconnect on one side and a 1/4 inch MPT fitting on the other like you described needing.
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  • Can Single Stage Regulator Be Used for Both 20 Pound and 100 Pound Propane Tank
  • A single stage regulator like the MB Sturgis # 108072 you referenced will indeed work on either a 20 pound or 100 pound propane tank. It's important to note though that the regulator type is really dependent on the propane-powered appliance you're using and not necessarily the tank itself. A dual-stage regulator like # 108221 will provide a more constant/consistent pressure for your appliance.
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  • Connecting Blackstone Tailgater to 5th Wheel Propane System
  • For your grill, you normally wouldn't use an additional regulator and would just use the high pressure system since you have the flame adjustment knobs to regulate your output. You can use the MB Sturgis Quick Disconnect Propane Adapter Fitting - Male Model 250 x 1/4" MPT # 401132-MBS to connect to the grill itself. Then use MB Sturgis Dual Quick Disconnect Propane Hose for Small Appliance - 10' # 100395-120-MBS to connect to Tee # 103613-MBS.
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  • Low Pressure 2-Stage Automatic Changeover Dual Tank Propane Regulator
  • For a low pressure automatic changeover regulator the best option is the Compact Low Pressure 2-Stage Automatic Changeover RV LP Gas Regulator # 37207-31525. This uses the standard 1/4" FIF inlet x 3/8" FPT outlet, and to mount it I do recommend the U-Post RV LP Gas Regulator Bracket # 37207-30405. I have added links to video reviews of both parts for you to check out as well.
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  • Regulator for Gas Fireplace that Needs 11 inch Water Column from Two Propane Tanks
  • The 11 inch to 13 inch WC requirement you mentioned is standard LP like what the regulator part # 37207-31525 you mentioned provides. This regulator was designed for dual tank setups like you have too and automatically changes between the two so it would work great.
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  • Complete Propane Tank Holder Mounting Kit for 20-lb Tanks
  • For your 20 lb tanks you want to use the kit # 37220BL instead of part # 37230BL that you referenced. The only difference between these kits is the length of the threaded rod that the hold down bar and wingnut attached to. The shorter one is used for 20 lb tanks while the larger is for 30 lb tanks. If you want the option to swap between tank sizes then you can get the 30 lb kit # 37230BL and then also get the shorter threaded rod # 37207-30515. You can see this demonstrated in the...
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  • Replacement Low Pressure 2-Stage Automatic Changeover Dual Tank Propane Regulator Needed
  • The # 37207-31525 regulator is a compact low pressure 2-stage regulator with an automatic changeover and will work fine with your 2018 Grand Design Imagine Travel Trailer. It has a rating of 262,500 Btu which is more than enough gas flow most travel trailers. The 2 stage design ensures a continuous flow of gas to all of your appliances. This is a great quality regulator for a great price point. If needed, there is a U-Post RV LP mounting bracket available, # 37207-30405. Please note...
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  • Swapping One Of Your 30 Pound Propane Tanks For A 100 Pound Tank
  • If your trailer is like most then you will not need another regulator. Take a look at the plumbing currently attached to your 30 pound tanks. You should find a short standard propane hose running from one propane tank to the changeover valve, and another hose (from the other 30 pound tank) running to the other connection on the changeover valve. From there the gas will go through an attached regulator and out the bottom to service your trailer. Some trailers have the regulator as a...
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  • Adding A Propane Line From The RV Tank To An Appliance
  • For the splitter I recommend using the MB Sturgis Sturgi-Stay T-Fitting for POL Valve - 2 Model 250 Quick Disconnect Ports Item # 103537-MBS. From there you can use the MB Sturgis Quick Disconnect Propane Hose for Small Appliance - Disposable Cylinder Port - 10' Item # 100476-120-MBS with the MB Sturgis Disposable Propane Bottle Adapter Fitting Item # 204132-MBS on the 1 Inch-20 - Male fitting. If you need an extension you can use the Camco Replacement Propane Extension Hose - Male...
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  • Will TorkLift Fortress GasLock Work With A Propane Tank Cover?
  • You will not have any problem using the TorkLift Fortress GasLock with any propane tank cover. In the attached picture you can see that the lock is not any taller than the metal protective flange (ears) on the top of the propane bottles. For Airstreams with 3/8" threaded rod use part # TLA7771 For Airstreams with 1/2" threaded rod use part # TLA7770 For standard 3/8" threaded rod use part # TLA7701 For standard 1/2" threaded rod use part # TLA7702
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  • Recommended Quick Connect Hose Compatible with Coleman 285 Grill
  • For your BBQ or Grill you will want the MB Sturgis Quick Disconnect Propane Hose for Small Appliance - Disposable Cylinder Port - 10' # 100476-120-MBS. This is the best option we have for the fitting on that grill. We also have 4 foot hose # 100476-48-MBS and the 6 foot hose # 100476-72-MBS.
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  • Is Regulator Bracket Included with JR Products 37230BL Propane Tank Holder
  • As seen in the linked video, the # 37207-30405 regulator bracket is indeed included with the # 37230BL JR Products propane tank holder.
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  • Availability of 15 inch Long Propane Tank Pig Tails
  • I understand what you are saying and I think you are on the right track. A bit more length from the pig tail would allow the rubber line to be able to loop so that it could tuck down better. We have 15 inch pig tails like part # 100473-15-MBS or even 2 foot long sections like part # 100473-24-MBS.
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  • How To Hook Up a Blackstone Tailgater To a Quick Disconnect Propane Port On Trailer
  • In order to hook up a Blackstone Tailgater to the quick disconnect port on the side of a trailer you should be able to use the MB Sturgis RV Quick-Connect Propane Grill Hose part # 100304-60-MBS or part # 100304-120-MBS. I called Blackstone and they said you can remove the hose with included regulator that comes with the unit and install the above on the fitting that comes out of the gas knob that way you can attach this directly to your trailer. The quick disconnect port on the side of...
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  • Does JR Products Automatic Changeover Regulator Include Back-Check Valve
  • The JR Products automatic changeover regulator, part # 37207-31525, does have a back-check valve so you don't need to purchase the adapters separately with part # 204120-MBS. You only need to purchase the adapters if you need a replacement for any reason.
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  • Correct Fitting for Camco Pigtail 59053 to 2-Stage Regulator with Missing Fitting
  • Thank you for all of the details on your situation! The fitting that you need to connect your Camco Propane Supply Hose # CAM59053 to the regulator, like part # CAM59005 (without one of the fittings), is the Camco # CAM59953. This has a 1/4" Male NPT end that connects to your regulator and then a 1/4" Female Inverted Flare end that you connect your pigtail to. The reason that the title don't match up with the fittings you are looking at is because the titles refer to the propane hose...
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  • Is JR Products 2-Stage Automatic Changeover Regulator a Good Replacement for Fairview GR-9984
  • A lot of propane regulators carry similar specs and are pretty comparable when it comes to quality. JR Products does a great job at pairing up good quality with a cost-effective product like the Compact Low Pressure 2-Stage Automatic Changeover RV LP Gas Regulator # 37207-31525. I reached out to my contact at JR Products who let me know that this regulator is rated for 262,500 Btu so it is on par with the Fairview regulator GR-9984 that you're looking at. One other thing you might...
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  • Replacement of Propane Hose From Tank to Regulator that Leaks
  • So it's the elbow piece that you need? Without knowing the fittings I can't be sure but since that should be the inlet to your regulator it probably has a 1/4 inch male fitting on the end going into the regulator and a 1/4 inch female on the other. We don't carry any 90 degree adapters with those fittings. If those are correct you can probably bypass it if you can get the hose to connect directly to the regulator. Or if I'm wrong about the fittings let me know what they are and I'll...
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  • Adding 100 lb Propane Tank to 5th Wheel with Dual 30 lb Tanks with Auto Changeover Regulator
  • To add a 100 lb tank to your two 30 lb tanks, I recommend the MB Sturgis Sturgi-Stay T-Fitting w Hose - Type 1 Valve - Quick Disconnect, Disposable Cylinder Ports # 103615. This will allow you to connect the red fitting to one of your tanks and the pigtail from that tank to the brass side of the T-fitting. Then you will use the POL side of the 6 foot hose to connect to your 100 lb tank and the quick connect end to the T-fitting. Make sure your quick connect fitting is open and you'll...
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  • Connecting a Nexgrill Propane Grill to a Trailer's Built in Quick Disconnect
  • The quick disconnect outlet on your Rockwood is already regulated so you need new hose that doesn't have a regulator on it. The hose needs a quick disconnect on one end of course and a 3/8 female flare on the other. We carry two hoses with these connections: 60 inch part # 100304-60-MBS 120 inch part # 100304-120-MBS You didn't say how long it needs to be but they'll both do the job.
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  • Recommended LP Gas Regulator for 100 Lb Tank
  • The MB Sturgis 2-Stage Propane Regulator part # 108221 for horizontal mount or part # 108220 for vertical mount is what I recommend for a 100 lb tank. It does not matter which you choose so long as you have the vent pointed downward. These regulators will work just fine with both propane and lp gas. In order to connect either regulator you can use the MB Sturgis POL Propane Tank Connector Fitting part # 204051-MBS or the MB Sturgis Hose Assembly part # 100202.
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  • Is it Better to Use a Single-Stage or a Two-Stage Regulator for Your Appliances
  • Though your heater unit has a built-in regulator, it is only capable of handling a very narrow flow rate range. For this reason, it's best to not consider an appliance's built-regulator as a replacement for the second stage for a two-stage regulator. I recommend going with a two-stage regulator as they are going to ensure that the flow rate going to your appliances is a constant 11" water column pressure. The regulator that you referenced, part # CAM59013, is a single-stage and best...
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  • Adapter Recommendation for Connecting 100 lb Propane Tank to to RV Dual Tank Setup
  • To add a 100 lb tank to your two tanks, I recommend the MB Sturgis Sturgi-Stay T-Fitting w Hose - Type 1 Valve - Quick Disconnect, Disposable Cylinder Ports # 103615. This will allow you to connect the red fitting to one of your tanks and the pigtail from that tank to the brass side of the T-fitting. Then you will use the POL side of the 6 foot hose to connect to your 100 lb tank and the quick connect end to the T-fitting. Make sure your quick connect fitting is open and you'll be all set...
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  • Replacement Propane Supply Hose From Regulator to RV Propane Supply Line
  • It sounds like you're looking for a 3 foot long supply hose; typically the outlet end of a regulator will almost certainly be a 3/8" female NPT and from the picture you sent it looks like you've got a female flare connector on the other end that goes to the metal RV piping. Additionally, since you've said that the piping side is larger it sounds like you're looking for the # 37207-31445 which has a 1/2" Female flare connector on one end and a 3/8" male NPT on the other.
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  • Supplying Camer Propane Burner and Outside Grille with DOT Propane Tank
  • What you are looking to do is very possible. The first thing you need is a Tee like the part # CAM59103 which you'd run between the tank and the regulator like the part # 108220 through a pigtail like # 100473-12. The line that would go to the interior of the trailer would be the # 100040-144-MBS for the burner. Check out the diagram I attached to see how it all installs as well as the help article link I attached as well.
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  • Replacing Winntec 6020 Regulator on RV Propane Setup
  • The Winntec 6020 regulator that you referenced is a low pressure regulator like what the JR part # 37207-31525 you referenced is designed to replace which will work great. The pigtail you'd need depends on the length that works best for you. # 37207-30775 is 3 feet with a back check, # 37207-30745 is 20 inches with a back check, and # 37207-30715 is 1 foot with a back check. Back checks prevent the hose from leaking in reverse basically where it attaches to the tank. It's a great feature...
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  • Regulator for 100 lb Tank and Fireplace
  • The Camco Horizontal 2-Stage Propane Regulator # CAM59333 should do well for you and is rated for 160,000 Btu per hour. It has a 1/4" NPT inlet and 3/8" NPT outlet and is a horizontal mount and its two stages allow for a consistent gas flow. This is for an ASME tank; the MB Sturgis 2-Stage Regulator # 108220 will be what you want if you have a DOT tank. I have added links to video reviews of both regulators for you to take a look at.
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  • Replacement Regulator For a 2006 Airstream Bambi Travel Trailer
  • If your 2006 Airstream Bambi Travel Trailer has a single propane tank you will most likely need the Camco Vertical 2-Stage Propane Regulator # CAM59313 which uses two stages to reduce the pressure of the gas. Stage one reduces take pressure to 10 psi to stabilize the gas, and Stage two reduces pressure to 11" WC so that gas flow is safe for appliances. If you have a dual propane tank setup I recommend the Compact Low Pressure 2-Stage Automatic Changeover RV LP Gas Regulator # 37207-31525...
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  • Replacement Regulator for JR Products High Pressure RV LP Gas Regulator 37207-30325
  • I have heard of this issue before with the High Pressure RV LP Gas Regulator part # 37207-30325. You do want to make sure the regulator is in the vertical position otherwise it's a possibility it could leak. If it is in the vertical position and still leaking, I recommend to replace it with MB Sturgis Single Stage Propane Regulator part # 108072 which is also a 30 PSI regulator with 1/4" female NPT outlet and inlet.
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  • How to Connect 20 Pound Propane Tank to Champion 100165 Dual Fuel Generator
  • To connect your Champion #100165 Dual Fuel generator to a 100 pound propane tank, the manufacturer states that "The generator can be attached a larger propane tank. The generator requires ½ PSI with a flow rate of 152,000 BTU/hr. when under maximum load. The connection on the front panel is a male 3/8" SAE flare fitting using 5/8” 18 UNF threads." To accomplish this you will need three parts; a cylinder connector (green knob) a propane regulator oriented verticle or horizontal, and...
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  • Can Camco # CAM59213 Adapter Connect My Grill to Propane Tree?
  • Yes, you can use a Camco # CAM59213 adapter to connect any item with a TYPE-1 connector like your grill if your grill hose is long enough to reach. I have attached a photo illustrating this. If your hose is not long enough you will need to add a MB Sturgis # 100914-120-MBS ten foot propane hose extension. Propane trees are a distribution system designed to be attached to standard 20 or 30 pound tanks. The system will feature one TYPE-1 connector at the bottom to attach to your portable...
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  • Is There a Difference Between Camco and MB Sturgis Propane Quick Disconnect Kit
  • There really isn't a significant difference between the MB Sturgis Quick Disconnect Kit part # 104052-401132 and the Camco # CAM59853 as they both perform the same function. We do have the MB Sturgis Quick Disconnect Propane Adapter part # 401132-MBS which has a male 1/4" NPT model 250 quick-disconnect fitting but you would need to use an adapter to convert the male 1/4" NPT to a male 3/8" inverted flare which we do not have. I'd recommend having the female end on the propane accessory...
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  • Recommended Quick-Connect for Blackstone Tailgater
  • According to Blackstone, the fitting that comes out of the gas knob is a male 3/8" inverted flare so I recommend using the MB Sturgis RV Quick-Connect Propane Grill Hose - 120" Long # 100304-120-MBS. The MB Sturgis Quick Disconnect Propane Adapter Fitting - Male Model 250 x 1/4" MPT # 401132-MBS or the Camco Quick-Connect Kit for Low Pressure Propane Systems - Valve and Full Flow Plug # CAM59853 will adapt a 1/4" NPT hose to provide the functionality of a quick-disconnect system.
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  • Replacement 2-Stage Regulator for Marshall Model 260
  • Camco part # CAM59333 will work as a replacement for your Marshall 260 Horizontal LP regulator. It includes a P.O.L. connector. If you do not need the P.O.L. connector then you can use the Camco Horizontal 2-Stage Propane Regulator # CAM59323. Your photo shows your regulator to be a horizontal type but you can confirm by verifying the the Marshall's vent opening faces down. Please refer to the linked video at the 20-second mark to see the vent on the Camco part.
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  • Adding an External 20 Pound Propane Tank to Supplement Onboard RV Propane Tank
  • Yes, you can do this, but to be clear, we will add a Tee fitting that will allow you to use your onboard propane tank and an outdoor 20 pound tank. You cannot use this to refill or add to the primary onboard tank. You can use the JR Products # 37207-30135 Propane T-Fitting to go between the onboard tank and the POL connector currently attached to the tank. Then use a JR Products # 37207-30785 pigtail to connect your 20 pound tank. You didn't ask about this but you can optionally...
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  • Parts to Connect Blackstone Griddle to RV Propane Supply
  • As you noted, you can't have the propane supply going through two regulators as it would not supply the correct pressure that your griddle needs to function properly. It doesn't look like the the propane regulator on the 36-inch Blackstone griddle is removable; therefore, you have two options. The first option you have is to not use the quick disconnect port on your trailer and instead tap into the propane supply before it goes through the regulator with a combination of the MB Sturgis...
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  • Propane Regulator Recommendation for 2000 Coleman Bayside Elite Pop Up
  • I checked out your 2000 Coleman Bayside Elite and it looks like it uses a dual propane tank setup at the front of it so for a regulator I would recommend the # 37207-31525 which connects to both tanks and has the ability to switch between the two tanks easily and automatically so you don't have to worry about switching tanks when one is empty.
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  • Equipment Needed To Hook Two Propane Tanks Up To A Propane Appliance
  • You can hook the MB Sturgis High Capacity Two-Stage Auto Changeover Regulator # 888001-MBS up between your two 20lbs propane tanks but the # 100473-12 will not work as supply lines because you need a male inverted flare tip like the MB Sturgis Propane Pigtail - Type 1 x 1/4" Male Inverted Flare - 15" Item # 100575-15-MBS. Then you can use the MB Sturgis High Pressure Propane Hose - 3/8" MPT x 3/8" Female Flare Swivel - 6' Item # 100040-72-MBS as long as the grill you're hooking up to...
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  • Replacement Pigtail and Regulator for RV with Winntec 6020
  • Thanks for the picture of the pigtail you are looking for. The part # 100575-20-MBS that you referenced is just what you need. The other parts in your picture are most likely from the regulator so for a new one of those as well you'd want the # 108220 for a dual stage regulator with more than enough BTU rating.
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  • Comparing Colors of ACME Type 1 Propane Connectors for Function
  • There are differences that the colors reference for the Type 1 Propane connectors based on the spring tension and flow rate. The light green connectors are rated for Rated for 200,000 Btu per hour. The black are rated for 70,000-100,000 Btu per hour. The dark green are rated for 450,000-500,000 Btu per hour. The Red connector is the strongest spring and is often used for high pressure adapters and T-fittings. Here are some options of each: Dark Green # 204052-MBS Black # 204024-MBS Light...
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  • Parts Needed to Connect 100 Lb Propane Tank to Water Heater
  • It sounds like what you need is a pigtail to go from the tank to a regulator, then from the regulator you'll need a supply hose that's long enough to reach and connect to the to inlet valve (manifold) on your food truck and that has the correct fitting. Below are the parts I recommend: 1. MB Sturgis Propane Pigtail - Stainless Overbraid - Type 1 x 1/4" Male Inverted Flare - 1' # 100833-12 2. MB Sturgis Vertical 2-Stage Propane Regulator - 11" Water Column Outlet # 108220 3. MB Sturgis...
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  • Dimensions Of The Complete Propane Tank Holder Mounting Kit for 20-lb Tanks
  • I've attached the dimension pictures you requested for the # 37220BL. Let me know if you would like any other dimensions and I'll get them added in.
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  • Propane System Components on 5th Wheel or Travel Trailer
  • I believe I understand what you are stating but the issue you are finding is in the location of the regulator and not with the components. The 11 inch water column is what is standard on any 5th wheel, travel trailer, or motorhome after the regulator whether it is a single stage like # CAM59013 or a 2-stage regulator like # CAM59313. This is a low pressure system at any point after that regulator, so if you were to put a regulator in-line prior to the crossover, it would give you an inaccurate...
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  • Adapter for Connecting Auxiliary Propane Tank to RV Propane
  • We have the MB Sturgis Sturgi-Stay T-Fitting w/ Hose for POL Valve - 2 Model 250 Quick Disconnect Ports # 103538-MBS which is designed for fitting inline with a propane source on an RV like what you have so that you can connect to auxiliary tanks. I attached a picture that shows what each of the fittings are designed to attach to.
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  • How To Determine What Correct Propane Pigtail Is Needed
  • To determine which pigtail will be right for you, you will first need to know what type of regulator you have. The two most common types of regulators is a standard two stage regulator like the MB Sturgis Vertical 2-Stage Propane Regulator # 108220, and an automatic changeover two stage regulator like the MB Sturgis High Capacity Two-Stage Auto Changeover Regulator # 888001-MBS. The standard two stage regulator will have one inlet, and requires a pigtail with an Acme and a 1/4" Male...
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  • Parts Needed to Connect 20lb Propane Tank to RV Appliance
  • For your Propane lines, you will need to start with the pigtail, then regulator, then main line, tee, and alternate lines. I recommend the following: Pigtail # 100473-12 Regulator # 37207-30325 Tee # 37207-30055 Because I don't know the connections on your appliances, I don't know the supply lines you need from the 1/4 inch Male Inverted Flare connections to your appliances.
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  • Propane Regulator for MB Sturgis 100473 Propane Hose
  • Yes, you can use the MB Sturgis 100473 hose with a replacement single-stage regulator, which is what it looks like you need based on your photo. For the regulator you will need the Camco Single Stage Propane Regulator # CAM59013. Then for the 100473 hose you can choose the one you need based on the length: - 12 inches: MB Sturgis Propane Hose - RV Type 1 with Back Check x 1/4" MPT # 100473-12 - 15 inches: MB Sturgis Propane Hose - RV Type 1 with Back Check x 1/4" MPT # 100473-15-MBS -...
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  • Replacement Propane Hose Pigtail for Connecting Regulator and Propane Tank on Camper
  • I looked up the hose and the regulator you currently have, and found that the GHA7 hose uses an ACME Nut connector to the LP tank and a 1/4 inch male inverted flare that connects to the 3/8 to 1/4 adapter used on the regulator. We offer the necessary pigtails in many lengths for rubber hose, you can use # 37207-30755 for a 2 foot length, # 37207-30775 for a 3 foot length or # CAM59183 for a 4 foot length. If you'd prefer braided steel hose for durability, use part # 100833-24 for a...
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  • Propane Regulator to Replace Marshall 605H Model 290
  • We have what you are looking for but your regulator currently vents out of the bottom of the regulator and the one you referenced vents out of the side. So to match the correct orientation you'd want the part # CAM59313.
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  • Recommended Propane Tank Gauge and Regulator for 100 lb Tank Connection to Generator
  • For your 100 lb propane tank, I recommend the Camco Propane Cylinder Gas Gauge and Leak Detector # CAM59023 and then the Camco Horizontal 2-Stage Propane Regulator - 160,000 Btu/Hr # CAM59323. If you want a second tank connected to automatically changeover, then I recommend the MB Sturgis High Capacity Two-Stage Auto Changeover Regulator # 888001-MBS.
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  • Recommended Regulator for 100 lb LP Tank
  • The MB Sturgis 2-Stage Propane Regulator part # 108221 for horizontal mount or part # 108220 for vertical mount is what I recommend for a 100 lb lp gas tank. It does not matter which you choose so long as you have the vent pointed downward. I much prefer the dual stage regulators over the single stage as they are more accurate, perform better in the cold, and most can be adjusted if needed. The above two options will will be plenty for a water heater and stove. In order to connect either...
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  • How To Attach a 100 Lb and 40 Lb Propane Tank to the MB Sturgis Vertical 2-Stage Propane Regulator
  • In order to connect the MB Sturgis Vertical 2-Stage Propane Regulator part # 108220 to a 100 lb propane tank you will need the MB Sturgis Sturgi-Stay Propane Fill Hose part # 100019-24 and the MB Sturgis Propane Adapter Fitting part # 402258-MBS. In order to connect this same regulator to a 40 lb propane tank you will just need to use the MB Sturgis Propane Hose w/ Back Check part # 100473-24-MBS.
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  • Propane System From Scratch For Custom Trailer
  • Much of this project will need to be completed with threaded iron pipe, flexible copper tubing, and fittings for iron and copper. We do not carry those parts or have expertise in that specific area. However, we can provide you some of the parts that you are going to need. Your two propane tanks will need a place to be mounted on the trailer, usually up on the A frame tongue of the trailer. The common solution is a JR Products # 37220BL Propane Tank Mounting Kit. The mounting kit will...
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  • Parts Needed to Attach Nexgrill Fortress Table Top Grill to RV With Quick Connect
  • Based on my research it looks like the Nexgrill Fortress Table Top Grill comes with a regulator and Type 1 fitting and we have exactly what you need in order to attach this to your quick disconnect. The first thing you'll need is MB Sturgis Quick Disconnect Propane Hose # 100476-120-MBS along with the MB Sturgis Adapter Fitting # 204132-MBS to connect to the Type 1 fitting on the grill. Since the grill does come with a regulator, you may also need a T-Fitting if you don't already...
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  • Propane Hose to Connect Between Regulator and Trailer Supply Line
  • I may be interpreting your specifications inversely - I think you are saying the regulator output is 3/8" male and the input to the trailer is 1/4" male. We don't have a hose that fits to that. However, the output side of most regulators is female NPT and usually 3/8". So you will need a hose that is 3/8" male NPT on the regulator end. The propane service line under the trailer is generally steel/iron and sized larger than 1/4". If you need a hose to transition from the regulator...
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  • Hooking a Propane Grill to a 2019 Tiffin 37BA Motorhome
  • Normally the Tee goes between the tank and the regulator. You would use the hose you looked at, part # 100476-120-MBS, and a Tee that has a quick disconnect fitting like part # 103537-MBS. This would connect to an appliance that normally connects to a 1 pound disposable tank. Such appliances normally have their own regulator and you'd be all set. If your grill doesn't have its own regulator then this setup isn't going to work for you.
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  • 100 lb Cylinder Set-Up To Heat Trailer In Winter
  • It shouldn't be a problem to hook up a 100 lb cylinder to your trailer while it is stored for the winter. As long as you have the correct fittings, you'd just need to disconnect your dual tanks from the trailer's propane line and close them, and make sure your 100 lb cylinder is connected to your trailer's propane line with a dual-stage regulator and a POL hose. It's likely that the pigtails you already have with your smaller dual cylinders won't work with the 100 lb cylinder, so you...
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  • PSI Rating of MB Sturgis Dual Type 1 Tank Valve Extension Hose
  • I reached out to MB Sturgis and the hose you asked about, part # 1000914-240-MBS, is rated up to 350 psi. It absolutely can be used before the regulator.
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  • Availability of Fill Gauge For Propane Tanks
  • We do indeed offer a propane tank gauge, as part # CAM59023. The gauge also detects leaks and is compatible with tanks manufactured after 1995. You can see a product video for the gauge by using the provided link.
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  • Fitting to Allow Your Grill with Type-1 Connector to Connect to Standard 1 Pound Cylinder.
  • Thanks for the picture of what you need. I see your grill came with a special regulator that has an inlet for a 1-pound propane bottle and a quick connector on the other side. This unit is not something that we sell. The closest thing we have to that is a MB Sturgis # 108072 Single-Stage Propane regulator with one inlet and one outlet which are both 1/4" Female NPT. On inlet side you could attach the JR Products # 37207-30185 adapter which will attach to your 1 pound propane cylinder. On...
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  • Propane Regulator Recommendation for Fireplace Fed by 100 lb Propane Tank
  • Since a fireplace is a low pressure application, you could use a single stage regulator like # CAM59013, especially if you're speaking of a small fire-pit type fireplace with the hose from the tank run being less than 20 feet or so. However, if you're speaking of a larger fireplace with a longer gas run, I'd recommend a dual stage regulator like # 108220.
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  • How Much PSI Does the Compact Low Pressure 2-Stage Automatic Changeover Regulator Provide
  • The Compact Low Pressure 2-Stage Automatic Changeover RV LP Gas Regulator part # 37207-31525 is a low pressure regulator which provides the standard 11 inches water column or roughly .4 pounds per square inch. If you are looking for more than this you would need to go with a high pressure regulator, the High Pressure RV LP Gas Regulator part # 37207-30325 which puts out up to 30 pounds per square inch.
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  • Adapter to Connect Ozark Trail Camping Stove to 20 Lb Propane Cylinder
  • Since your Ozark Trail two burner propane camping stove came with a Stansport regulator designed to take a disposable 1 lb cylinder, all you need is the MB Sturgis Propane Adapter Hose # 100555-72-MBS (6 foot long) . This will connect to the female 1 inch 20 disposable cylinder port on the end of your regulator, and to your 20 lb propane cylinder on the other end, with the Type 1 ACME nut at the other end. If you need a longer one, we also have a 12 foot long adapter hose with part #...
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  • Adapter to Allow Auxiliary Propane Tank to RV Propane System
  • We have a kit designed just for what you are looking for with the MB Sturgis T-Fitting w/ Hoses for POL Valve # 103539-MBS. This installs between the tank and the regulator to give you a way to switch between your main RV propane tank and an auxiliary tank.
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  • Parts Needed to Connect DOT Propane Tank to RV
  • You will need a regulator to supply your RV with propane as all RV propane accessories are designed for low pressure propane. The first thing you'll need is a pigtail to plug into the DOT cylinder you want to use. For that you'd want the part # 100473-12. Next you'd want a regulator like part # 108220 and then a hose to connect to your trailer. Most likely you'd need the part # 100040-144-MBS which uses 3/8 inch MPT fittings but you might check out the FAQ article I attached to determine...
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  • Propane Regulator for a Modine 45K BTU Hot Dawg heater
  • Yes, you should go with a dual stage like the MB Sturgis 2-Stage Propane Regulator part # 108220 for vertical or part # 108221 for horizontal because it can be adjusted to a 12" water column outlet. In order to do this you will need to remove the black cap and turn the valve until the correct pressure is achieved. This will require a flow meter so if you do not have one it will be best to take it to a professional to have done. It is currently set at 11" water column outlet which the manufacturer...
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  • Propane Adapter to go From 3/8 inch Female to 1/4 inch Inverted Flare
  • Sounds like you are looking for the JR Products Propane Adapter Fitting # 37207-30225 which has a female 3/8 inch flare fitting and a 1/4 inch male NPT fitting. Let me know how long of a hose you'd need and the fittings on either end and I'll see what we can have that would work well for you.
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  • Parts Needed to Connect Wave Heater to Disposable Propane Cylinders
  • Either one would work for this application when paired with the # CAM57703; the # CAM59213 and # 204132-MBS are made by different manufacturers but perform the same function and are going to be high quality parts, but just look slightly different. You'll hook the # CAM57703 to your Wave heater and then connect one of those adapters to the black Type 1 fitting before attaching your disposable canister.
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  • How to Hook a Converted Propane Clothes Dryer Up To a 100 Lb Propane Tank
  • The MB Sturgis Vertical 2-Stage Propane Regulator part # 108220 will work with your 100 lb propane tank if mounted straight up and down so that the vent is facing the ground (see photo). In order to attach this regulator to the tank you will need to use the MB Sturgis Hose Assembly part # 100202. In order to recommend the correct fittings and hose to attach the outlet of the regulator to your clothes dryer I would need to know what fitting you have on your clothes dryer. If you do not...
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  • Adapters Needed For Female POL Fitting To Type-1 Fitting
  • To connect to the POL fitting on your 100lb tank you'll need the MB Sturgis Propane Hose # 100022-144-MBS which has a male POL fitting and the MB Sturgis Disposable Propane Bottle Adapter Fitting # 204132-MBS which will connect to the 1"-20 fitting on the hose and to your green Type-1 fitting on your RV.
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  • Replacement Propane Hose Needed
  • I suggest that you replace with the Propane Hose with Back Check - Type 1 x 1/4" Male NPT, # 37207-30855. This hose will connect your tank with the Type 1 connector and have a 1/4 Inch - Male NPT on the other for your regulator side connection. From attached image I can see that you have female inverted flare connection. However, I cannot tell from image definitively what size. It may be a 1/4", which I suggest the Camco Propane Fitting - 1/4" Male NPT x 1/4" Female Inverted Flare, #...
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  • Parts for Exterior 100 lb Propane Tank Connection to 3/4 Inch Inlet on House
  • I don't know the code requirements for your house, but I do know what can physically work for your gas stovetop and fireplace. Since you will be supplying the 3/4 inch pipe, I recommend using the MB Sturgis RV Quick-Connect Propane Grill Hose - 120" Long # 100304-120-MBS which will connect to the MB Sturgis Quick Disconnect Propane Connector - 1/4" FPT # 104052-MBS which in turn connects to the POL # 204051-MBS for your tank. No regulator is needed on the tank side of the system as...
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  • Automatic Changeover Propane Regulator for Dual Tank System
  • Yes we do, with the Camco Automatic Changeover 2-Stage Propane Regulator for Dual Propane Tanks, part # CAM59005. This vertical regulator allows a dual tank setup to automatically switch to the full tank when the first one is empty and you can remove the empty tank without having to shut down the whole propane setup. This regulator uses standard 1/4-inch SAE inverted flare inlet ports and a 3/8-inch NPT female outlet port. You can see a typical installation in the linked photo. I also...
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  • Connecting Kenmore LP Dryer to Propane Tank on RV
  • Thanks for the picture of the LP requirements of your dryer. It uses a standard 10 water column propane pressure rating so the regulator part # 108220 that you referenced is a good start since that is what this is designed for as well. You'll need a pigtail from the tank to the regulator like with the part # 100473-12 which is 12 inches long and then a hose to go from the regulator to the dryer. For a 10 foot hose you'd then want the part # 100202 and that would be all you'd need.
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  • Looking for Correct LP Hose to Connect a 20 LB Propane Tank to Back-up the RV tank
  • We have exactly what you need. If your RV does not currently have a tee in place, then you will want Sturgi-Stay T-Fitting Kit, # 103609-MBS. The tee will install between your propane tank valve and regulator and the included hose will thread right into the valve of your 20-lb back-up tank. If you already have a tee, just let me know what fittings it has, or send me a picture and I'll let you know which hose will work best. If you have a new-ish motorhome, then my guess is you might...
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