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Old 08-22-2013, 07:58 PM   #11
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Now that's what I'm talkin' about!! Nice find Sye Right now Camping World wants $75 for the kit. Is the kit from another manufacturer? Campco? Or 1 of the other manufacturers?
Mr Heater is the manufacturer of this product, I am sure you can find a cheaper one, I bought mine in the off season and it was on sale for 45 I think it w2as on sale at the end of April I think it was their easter sale
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Old 08-22-2013, 08:34 PM   #12
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Amazon.com has the 3 port brass T for $28.28 - Camco part # 59133 and the hose for $23.59 - Camco part # 59043. The description and pictures look identical to what Sye has, so I ordered them. After I get them I'll post if they fit properly.
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Old 08-22-2013, 09:32 PM   #13
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Amazon kit, Camco# 59103 $47.23 and free shipping
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Old 08-22-2013, 10:12 PM   #14
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Amazon kit, Camco# 59103 $47.23 and free shipping
I saw that one but I needed the 90 deg. 3 port fitting in order to easily connect to the oem high pressure pigtail. Free shipping here too
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Old 08-22-2013, 10:48 PM   #15
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I saw that one but I needed the 90 deg. 3 port fitting in order to easily connect to the oem high pressure pigtail. Free shipping here too
I honestly think I bought mine in Late Oct or Early Nov so I would have it for the summer. I had over 100 dollars and it was free shipping as well. Did the one on Amazon come with a hose too.
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Old 08-23-2013, 06:34 AM   #16
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I honestly think I bought mine in Late Oct or Early Nov so I would have it for the summer. I had over 100 dollars and it was free shipping as well. Did the one on Amazon come with a hose too.
Instead of purchasing the T and hose as a kit, I found them separately on Amazon. The hose is 12' long with male & female 1-20 threaded swivel fittings(same thread as the disposable bottles). The T appears to be identical to the one you have except that the in/out propane tank fitting locations are reversed. Also, this one uses the external type 1(?) threaded connectors instead of the internal threaded tank connector. I'll know more in about a week when it arrives.
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Old 08-26-2013, 08:45 PM   #17
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Well my parts arrived & I installed them today. I had to rotate the bottle 90 deg to maintain the proper angle for the oem connector and I also had to move the oem dual stage regulator to gain more clearance to connect the 12' propane hose to the top of the T. I had planned to move the regulator anyway because I wasn't happy with the way that the feed hose at the bottom of the regulator was forced to the side by the curvature of the tank. Anyway, I checked for leaks after installation and had a couple of bubbles at the 1-20 fitting at the top of the T. A little additional tightening of the knurled fitting nut fixed the problem. This afternoon I sacrificed some steaks to the propane god & everything worked great. The only PITA is cleaning the grill afterwards. I sprayed the grill grates with pam but next time I will spray the area below the grates also.
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