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Old 01-04-2013, 10:04 PM   #1
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Adding a bigger tank

My windjammer came with 2 30lb propane tanks I want to add a 100 lb tank thru one of the 30s hookup could anyone point me in direction of what would be needed without cutting or splicing any of the lines. Thanks for your help.
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Old 01-04-2013, 10:08 PM   #2
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Propane Gas Fitting

These guys seem to have a great selection and may have the adapter you need.
Give them a call or drop them an email!

Post a link to the fitting or hose they recommend.
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Old 01-05-2013, 09:08 AM   #3
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...I want to add a 100 lb tank...
Isn't that going to add a LOT of weight (tank & propane)?
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Isn't that going to add a LOT of weight (tank & propane)?
I think they want a setup like extend-a-stay.
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Yes for extended stay.... Sorry
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There are 3 possible ways of doing it.

1) Get an extend-a-stay kit. This is how I would do it myself. A Tee goes between your 20lb and hose and you should be able to get the right hose to connect a 100lb to it.

2) get an extension hose to go from the 100lb to where the 20lb would connect.

3) see if you can find a longer pigtail to go from the regulator to the 100lb. They must make various lengths.
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Looks like what you might need; but I would still call...
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