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Old 04-03-2016, 01:17 PM   #11
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So high pressure / low pressure if I go from the quick disconnect in the passenger bay compartment and remove the regulator from the Weber I should be good to grill ?
BTW Dan I viewed your thread and looks good, think I'll do the same just in case I have the need to use a tank.
Works great as I posted in the how to thread. Being able to plug the regulator back in and use a bottle has been handy. I have taken it over to a neighbor's site so we could have 2 grills at their place.
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I bought the $99 stainless sportsmans grill at SAMs. I run a 10 to 12 foot hose from the low pressure outlet. It works very well...and often. Biggest trick was finding the appropriate male adapter to mate with the outlet. I found one at ace.
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