Originally Posted by Karl907
Bought this camper last summer assuming it had a propane quick connect as it’s a 2021.
Am I blind not being able to find one? I crawled underneath of it several times following propane lines from the splitter but they all seem accounted for. There’s only three coming off the splitter and best I can tell it’s stove fridge furnace and hot water.
If I’m not missing something, does anyone know the size and thread of the splitters or somewhere to order a quick connect kit? I want to be able to plug my camp chef in without having to carry another propane tank.
Usually these quick connects that come from the manufacturer are for what is called a low pressure grill. This means the gas line the quick connect is connected to has been run thru a regulator that lowers the pressure.
The problem is, if you use a grill not designed for the low pressure (as the low pressure grill won't have a built in regulator), then when you try to connect a regular grill that does have it's own regulator built in, then the pressure is too low for the normal grill to work correct/
We have many threads on how you have to remove the grills regulator to make it work on a RV low pressure quick connect.
Since it doesn't seem your RV has a quick connect, it might be better to just put a tee (like what is called an 'extend-a-stay' kit) at the tanks and run a line yourself to your grill if it has it's own regulator built in.
If your grill doesn't have it's own regulator (and is made for the low pressure), then you have to add a regulator to it though if your use an extend-a-stay kit.