Hopefully, this will make some sense. That's why I'm including pictures. They seem to work better than me trying to explain it.
Also hope it will help a folks out there. I've been asked several times at camp sites how I did it.
One note. You do not need to use an additional hose. You can plug right into the camper pigtail. I just happen to like putting the grill anywhere I want and that's why I have an extra hose.
This is the hose I use.
I split the regulator. This is a task and a half because it will feel as if it is welded together. It will eventually get lose and you'll be able to split it.
The cost from Home Depot was about whopping $6.00. Not exactly certain since this was about a year ago. Trust me, it works like a charm. As I mentioned, the hardest part was splitting from the regulator.
Hope this helps. Happy Grilling.
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