Ok, I have 2 LP related questions. We are in the process of replacing the underbelly in our Freedom Express 246RKS after some frame repairs. The LP lines are all external to the bottom of the trailer and there is a distribution block near the center of the axles on the entry side. This is a photo of the distribution block which is currently hanging waiting on the delivery of our new belly material for installation.
Here is the block in it's original location along with one of the frame cracks which has not been repaired (photo is for the block in this post)
My first question is... are there any special considerations I need to be aware of in removing and reconnecting each of those LP lines to the distribution block? I'm thinking if I disconnect them all from the block it will make installation of the 1 piece belly coroplast much easier. I can cut a hole for each penetration and snake the flexible hose through it before sealing with the black foam like LCI used when the frame was made. Then once the underbelly is back in place, just reconnect all the lines and check them for leaks. Are these re-connectible lines or are they one shot like some compression fittings?
Second question is, I see an open port on my existing distribution block. I presume that was for the optional slide out grill (which my TT does not have - we just use a Weber Q grill). Is there any reason I cannot add a new line to a LP quick connect port on the bottom of the frame to use with my grill? This would be the perfect time since I'm going to have to deal with the LP lines and the distribution block anyway.
Something like what was done in this photograph (not my photo). And yes I'm aware of the high pressure vs low pressure issue and will mod the grill to work off low pressure (it's the original model Baby Q).