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We use a clip on regulator for butane, can we use this for propane too - or are we off to buy a spanner ?

 

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Moose

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We use a clip on regulator for butane, can we use this for propane too - or are we off to buy a spanner ?

 

TIA

Moose

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Think you had better buy a spanner - it requires a different regulator for propane

 

Margaret

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Just me and my showdogs!!

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I use a 13 kg propane, I have a inline connector near the gage to ensure connecting/disconnecting is easy, :rolleyes:

but you still need a spanner to remove/fit the gage initially :)

 

red gage for propane

blue for butane

Paul B

. .......Mondeo Estate & Elddis Avanté 505 (Tobago)

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We use a clip on regulator for butane, can we use this for propane too - or are we off to buy a spanner ?

 

TIA

Moose

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Hi Moose,

 

you off out in the cold weather now too? Good man.

 

As others have replied you will need a new (red) regulator for propane which will require the use of a spanner as it is a screw fit and not a clip on.

 

Oh, and note that it will be a left hand thread on the regulator too.

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