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Old 12-13-2011, 03:26 PM   #1
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I've been searching for awhile and am still having some trouble figuring out my propane lines for my stand. I have 3 banjo burners and want them to run off my 5 gal tank. I've seen that flexible yellow line but can someone point me to some links where I can buy all the parts? I've also had no luck finding the parts locally. Can I buy three of these Regulator Kit for Banjo Burner : Northern Brewer and modify the ends to fit on some tri-fitting to the tank? Any help is much appreciated.


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Old 12-13-2011, 03:40 PM   #2
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We are now selling custom length hoses for burners





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Old 12-13-2011, 03:52 PM   #3
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Default Connecting all the pieces

In this photo you can see the gas manifold with 3 yellow valve handles.


This photo shows how to mount the manifold to the material you built your stand from, which just happens to be the original purpose of the strut.
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Old 12-13-2011, 04:52 PM   #4
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Thanks, I don't see anything on your website for this. You are located in Concord? I might be able to come through there sometime around 12/27 if you are going to be around and I haven't figured it out yet.
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We haven't added that page yet. Sorry
In the meantime, you can go to our contact page and fill out the form telling us what you need.
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Old 12-13-2011, 05:58 PM   #6
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Thanks, anyone else have any other options?
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This is the stage I'm at with my new brewstand as well.

You should be able to get one regulator for the whole thing, one gas valve for each burner (from HD or Lowes) and the requisite fittings. I'm going to use flexi gas line from the black-pipe (which you can also get from HD/Lowes) to the burners themselves.
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When I went to Home Depot they basically told me they couldn't recommend anything due to liability issues so they recommended me to look online. I could probably get the black-pipe from HD and gas valves. But the lines from the black pipe to the burners I probably need to get online.
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I'm looking into this right now as well. However I plan on using a jet burner and want to replicate Bobby's setup. You lose the ability to alter the height of the burner but at first, that doesn't seem like a problem to me. I can always rig it another way later. This just seems the most straightforward way of doing it.
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When I went to Home Depot they basically told me they couldn't recommend anything due to liability issues so they recommended me to look online. I could probably get the black-pipe from HD and gas valves. But the lines from the black pipe to the burners I probably need to get online.
look at agrisupply (LP GAS HOSE ASSEMBLY - Agri Supply)

they can't recommend due to liability issues, but you can find the parts you need there. . .


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