5' Propane Hose Assembly

Catalog Item # 30338

Most commonly used to connect portable appliances to 20 lb. tanks.

Technical Specifications

Less than 1 lb.

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 4 stars based on 10 reviews (4 Based on 10 Reviews)

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Pros
  • Quality is good (1)
Cons
  • Doesn't work in my application (1)

Works for us

by Anonymous – July 14, 2008
5 out of 5 stars

I have used this connected directly to a 30 lb tank at the front of our trailer and to a Weber Baby Q grill. If anything, I fou

do buy this hose if you have a small propane tank!

by Anonymous – March 04, 2008
5 out of 5 stars

With your main propane tanks regulated, trying to use this hose in conjunction with your onboard tanks will not produce enough B

Propane Hose assy

by Robert Brent – April 22, 2015
1 out of 5 stars

Also bought this hose tried it last weekend at the campsite and it would not flow the propane to my grill. Got to take it back thi

Hose

by Robert Brent – June 03, 2015
1 out of 5 stars

It's seems to be of good quality, but it does not work with the O-grill like they claim on the website. I took the first one back

Not a crappy hose

by Rob Schultz – February 07, 2010
5 out of 5 stars

Like the first reviewer, I bought a 5' hose for my Weber grill so I could attach it to a 4.23 lb tank (I hate to throw away those

The disposable propane bottles have a 1" thread. This hose will connect, usually, to a portable grill regulator that uses disposable propane bottles. While the ACME nut on the other side will attach to a refillable propane tank that has an OPD valve.
by Camping World – August 31, 2015
If your grill is normally run off 1 pound (throwaway) cylinders but want to connect to a 20 or 30 pound tank. Yes this hose will work.
by Camping World – May 13, 2015
This hose allows you to connect grills and other appliances that normally use the "throwaway" 1 pound cylinders to a 20 or 30 pound tank.
by Camping World – April 18, 2013

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