The short answer is Yes. I still need one more custom cable from the quick release on the back of the trailer and will add that in the spring. Here is what I heard from Champion.
Yes, sir… it is a bit more complicated. Below is the instructions I have come up with for this until we hopefully get a quick disconnect setup or something as an accessory in the future.
The dual fuel inverter hose kit has two components: A regulator (#2) and a pressure reducing valve (#3).
The hose we include is inline after the pressure reducing valve (#3) and is sized to work with it to supply the correct flow rate.
This hose length cannot be changed.
If you want to extend the propane hose kit, there are two ways to do so.
In both cases, you may need to contact your local propane supplier for fittings and hoses.
- Add a hose and fittings between the regulator and pressure reducing valve which I have circled in red below.
- You can also remove the regulator (#2) entirely and run a ½ PSI regulated propane line directly into the pressure reducing valve (#3).
To put it simply, the machine will run fine as long as you supply ½ PSI to the pressure reducing valve (#3) and you use the provided hose.
Please see the attached file for details on the connector being used in the pressure reducing valve (#3).
Here is what one user has done:
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