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4FT (48in) QCC1/Type1 High Pressure 0-20 PSI Adjustable Propane Regulator Hose, Stainless Steel Braided 3/8’’ Female Flare Fitting Fits Smoker, RV Propane Tank, Outdoor Heaters, Appliances, BBQ Grills

4FT (48in) QCC1/Type1 High Pressure 0-20 PSI Adjustable Propane Regulator Hose, Stainless Steel Braided 3/8’’ Female Flare Fitting Fits Smoker, RV Propane Tank, Outdoor Heaters, Appliances, BBQ Grills
4FT (48in) QCC1/Type1 High Pressure 0-20 PSI Adjustable Propane Regulator Hose, Stainless Steel Braided 3/8’’ Female Flare Fitting Fits Smoker, RV Propane Tank, Outdoor Heaters, Appliances, BBQ Grills
4FT (48in) QCC1/Type1 High Pressure 0-20 PSI Adjustable Propane Regulator Hose, Stainless Steel Braided 3/8’’ Female Flare Fitting Fits Smoker, RV Propane Tank, Outdoor Heaters, Appliances, BBQ Grills
 
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0-20 PSI Adjustable Regulator with QCC1/Type1 Hose Connection - 3/8-inch Flare Fitting

This Propane Regulator with Hose seals well, adjusts well, and is very consistent.

This stainless steel Braided hose has the ability to finely adjust the available pressure for many outdoor LP gas appliances that can "tolerate” slightly higher pressure

The durable braided propane hose keeps the squirrels/rats away from chewing on the rubber hose

Easy to install and durable.

All you need is a small wrench on the BBQ side and the tank side of course tightens by hand.

This high pressure regulator with hose is great for searing steaks and chicken perfectly.

If your Gas Grill needs a little more BTU's, this is what you need! The adjustable regulator helps provide a little more and a little less whenever and wherever needed.

Please Note: The dialer is very sensitive. Clockwise turns most burners off, but it clockwise turns regulators full on. Turn the control knob all the way counter clockwise, then clockwise until you can hear gas flow
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