Originally Posted by Bassdogs
Am installing a Marshal Excelsior regulator to replace the OEM. Ended up with an extra due to an ordering issue when I purchased the unit on Amazon. It is the same unit I installed on our new propane line into the house for the gas range.
The Marshal regulator is installed on the front of the TT but found that the OEM pigtails didn't fit the input connectors on the regulator. Should have just ordered the same ones I used for the home install, but got cheap and tried to use the OEM hoses. Something about pipe threads on the oem and inverted flare something or another on the ones that fit the new regulator. New pigtails [$46 pair] arriving tomorrow and I will complete the install and test the system.
Update: New pigtails installed, system tested, and now good to go. I put fridge on gas, lit all 3 burners on the stove top, and switched the furnace to heat. Everything functioned normally with no loss of flame on the stove.
You will likely have to modify the mount when you install the Marshall regulator. Easy enough to mcGivver a plate to connect to the back of the regulator and then secure the oem mount [with hole for the tank tiedown allthread].