flexible hose and connection for a gas grill

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  1. jadnashua

    jadnashua Retired Defense Industry Engineer xxx

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    Our city has changed the codes and now propane grills are not allowed on attached decks. I can change mine to run on natural gas, though, and plan to do that. I need to have a gas line run. What is the state of the art for a quick disconnect/shutoff/flexible pipe (something that will allow repeated flex, not something like a flex hose to install a stove - as I understand those, they are designed for infrequent movement).
     
  2. Gary Swart

    Gary Swart In the Trades

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    gas grill connection

    There are hoses with quick connectors much like air hoses. I'm sure you know you can't run a propane grill on natural gas. It takes totally different "innerards" to run natural gas. Check with the natural gas supplier, they can help you find the best fittings and hose.
     
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