My recommendation is always the same. Plenty of other regulators on Amazon. The tank is not that hard to hook up, the hose is the issue, on mine it is the older style connector, but there is not much slack, that becomes the issue. Also price per gallon is much less than the 20 lb 5 gallon or 30 lb 7 gallon prices and they do the work. One night while grilling, my last one ran out of gas before I was done cooking, and that settled it.
Since only one end of the pigtail spins freely, this is a perfect quick install setup and works awesome! I would like to leave the thermostat at about 40. This is a personal blog, not a corporate blog. Exterior Setup with Regulator , cannon vs 100 pound propane tank , How-To Connect A 100-Lb. I am solely responsible for all content published here. Now when the handle is pressed, nothing happens. If it were me, I'd hire someone to do it so you know it's done right. Most people will use all these parts and hoses already installed is the trick to use! They will tell you right away what is needed to make legal connection.
The trick is using them! George A 40 pount tank will lawst 40% as long as a 100 pound tank. But I guess I will just call them and find out. I understand about the 100 tanks however I am a woman 65 yrs old 5ft tall and I can't handle the 100 tanks. I had purchased a 3 footer and it was way too short, so this was perfect. Check your 100 lb valve to confirm what kind of fitting it has. They have been a great help to me, so if you are still looking, be sure to check them out.
Seems to be very well made and durable. With that setup, I'd have to swap out the regulator. That will work as well, but two connections to loosen each time you change tank. Was that for a switch for a fill pump?? When I try to switch over to the front tank from the rear tank the truck stalls out and won't start. When I connected to the 100lb tank on it now, I went with soapy water on all the connections to watch for bubbles and checked the smell. I do this and still have my tank. The hard plastic case to put this in dont want to get it dirty the bag will not last very long.
Thanks all Cathy I do not know about today but in the good old days when I was growing up on the farm the Propane Guy delivered 100 pound tanks, He would hook 'em up for us as well. Originally Posted By Logicgear: first thing to figure out is where the regulator is for the heater. Yes, bales of straw less bugs wrap in heavy plastic 5-6 bales in a row makes a better seal. I had to dismount the regulator and for my tank, put it on a block to get the connection. I'm looking for help hooking up my 5th wheel to a bulk propane cylinder 100 lb that I use for my mobile home. While the large bottle is 5 times larger'' it lasted about 6 weeks and still had some in it when I pulled up stakes. I bought this hose because I, like everyone who bought it, got tired of replacing the 14.
I am only going to be in this spot for this winter and spring, so it does not make it practical. Each tank safely holds 100. I had a spare 20 lb. Just a thought you will need a somewhat full tank to fill the little bottles tried a some what empty bottle and it didnt seem to fill much also. Easier to do that or go with what pcsutton said above and go with one of these: on each tank? It fits perfect and has extra length is great to use you regular large natural gas canisters. Well 250 is more than most folks can lift, plus another 150 or so for the bottle. And you may not be pumping enough heat into the underbelly to protect the water system.
I intend to leave it in one location for long periods and want to utilize the bulk tanks instead of constantly taking the 2 thirty lb tanks to refill. This is just the right length. I've seen them for running two 20lb tanks on a grill with the newer style valves. Prompt shipping and an accurate listing were welcome benefits of buying from this vendor. The next time I fired up the grill, I smelled propane in the air, and worried their was a leak I had not noticed.
I would turn it down to 70 in the daytime but my wife would be very unhappy if I did. I'd suggest you use compressed air to winterize, and then follow your plan. I would like to store my Bighorn in my 30x50 steel building this winter in Colorado. Close inner doors to retain as much heat as possible in specific areas where heat is needed. The rig is only 3 years old and has a regulator and hoses with the new style large thread P. Single pane windows are also a big source of heat loss.