There are two ways you can use propane in your rig, either as a backup or temporary power source or as a primary power source. Both of these use applications the same tanks and most of the same hoses and connections. Because of this, it's a good idea to keep everything in your LP system in good condition, from the tanks to the different parts and pieces. If something isn't as it should be, just stop on by RecPro.com to find the solution to your LP gas woes. Let's take this RV 12" Propane Pigtail, for example.
The hoses that come off of your LP tanks need to be sturdy and secure and made of high-quality materials that stand up to the test of time and travel. This 12" or 18" (depending on the option you choose) RV Propane Pigtail Hose Connector is just those things. It connects your RV's 1/4" inverted flare inlet regulator to a 20-pound or 30-pound tank. It has an ACME nut and a 1/4" inverted male flare end for the connections and the hose itself is made of a high-quality material that provides thermal protection and excess flow protection. Depending on the option you choose, the hose is either 12" long or 18" long. The hose itself is 1" in diameter. It is rated for 200,000 BTUs per hour and is designed for RV travel and LP gas use.
The propane gas tanks in your RV are important, whether they're for the reserve power only or are used more often. To keep this system working well, you'll have to make sure each piece in the puzzle is working as it should. For great connections and easy use, just check out this RV Propane Pigtail Hose Connector. Have any questions? Contact us online or call our friendly Customer Care team today!
- 12" or 18" RV Propane Pigtail Hose Connector
- Connect your camper's 1/4" inverted flare inlet regulator to a 20 lb or 30 lb LP tank
- ACME nut and 1/8" inverted male flare
- Provides thermal protection and excess flow protection
- 12" or 18" Hose
- Dimensions: 12 or 18 x 1 x 1 inches
- Rated for 200,000 BTUs per hour