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GasGear 90-Degree Propane Hose - Type 1 x 1/4" Male Inverted Flare - 18" Long - Stainless

GasGear 90-Degree Propane Hose - Type 1 x 1/4" Male Inverted Flare - 18" Long - Stainless

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Hose has a 90-degree fitting for an easy connection to a propane tank in a small compartment on your travel trailer or fifth wheel. Unlike rubber hoses, this stainless steel hose will not stiffen up or crack over time, so it'll last longer. Great Prices for the best propane fittings from GasStop. GasGear 90-Degree Propane Hose - Type 1 x 1/4" Male Inverted Flare - 18" Long - Stainless part number GS47FR can be ordered online at or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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GasStop Propane Fittings - GS47FR

  • Hoses
  • Pigtail Hoses
  • 1-1/2 Feet Long
  • 1/4 Inch - MIF
  • Type 1 - Female
  • GasStop

Hose has a 90-degree fitting for an easy connection to a propane tank in a small compartment on your travel trailer or fifth wheel. Unlike rubber hoses, this stainless steel hose will not stiffen up or crack over time, so it'll last longer.


  • Pigtail hose connects the propane tank to the regulator on your travel trailer or 5th wheel
    • Add a GasStop ACME-style safety valve (GS24FR - sold separately) to protect against major leaks
  • 90-Degree ACME fitting lets you easily connect to a propane tank in a small or cramped compartment
    • Can place a cover over your propane tank without the hose snagging it
  • Excess-flow valve shuts off gas after reaching maximum capacity to prevent dangerous leaks
  • Braided stainless steel hose and brass fittings resist corrosion
    • Long-lasting hose does not stiffen or crack like rubber hoses do
  • UL and CSA approved


  • Hose length: 18"
  • Hose fittings:
    • Inlet: male Type 1 ACME cylinder connection
    • Outlet: 1/4" male inverted flare
  • Maximum flow capacity: 200,000 Btu
  • Maximum pressure rating: 250 psi
  • Quantity: 1 propane pigtail hose
  • 2-Year limited warranty

Note: Adapter fitting (sold separately) may be required to connect your hose to your propane system's regulator.

GasStop Hose Installed

Tired of the propane pigtail hose on your travel trailer or fifth wheel tangling up and getting in the way? This hose has a 90-degree ACME connection that makes it easier to connect to a tank in a small compartment or a tight space. This helps prevent it from bunching and puts less stress on the hose, which means it'll last longer. And you can put a cover over your propane tank without the hose snagging the fabric or stop it from fitting over the tank altogether.

Corrosion-Resistant Stainless Steel Construction

This braided stainless steel hose won't crack or tear as easily as traditional rubber hoses, which get stiff after a period of time due to daily wear and tear. The hose is also corrosion-resistant, so it can withstand the elements much better than rubber hoses.

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Video of GasGear 90-Degree Propane Hose - Type 1 x 1/4" Male Inverted Flare - 18" Long - Stainless

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.

Video Transcript for GasStop GasGear 90-Degree Propane Hose Review

What's up, everybody Adam here with etrailer. Let's take a look at some propane hoses. Well these are from GasStop. We're gonna have two different kinds. We're gonna have these stainless steel braided line. This one's just gonna perform the same as the rubber one, but the rubber is gonna be a more cost effective option, probably not last as long.

And the more premium option it's gonna be the stainless steel and this one's gonna last a lot longer than just your basic rubber hose. We're gonna have two different kinds when it comes to length. We're gonna have the 12 inch hose and then we're also gonna have the 18 inch hose. So as you can see, it just depends on what kind of space you're really working with. And all of these are gonna have a max PSI rating of 250.

And then we're gonna have a max BTU per hour of 200,000 for all of our hoses. Now this is where length comes into play. The ones that are on our camper right now are a little bit shorter than 12 inches long. So I'm gonna pick the 12 inches. But what I'm gonna go with is not the rubber since it's gonna be a decent amount of stress, because we're gonna have to kind of bend these around.

So I'm gonna go with the stainless right here. So basically what you want to do whenever you are swapping out your hoses, is we wanna make sure everything's shut off. So we shut off the propane tanks and they are gonna have the ACME fitting. So we don't really need a tool for this. So we can go ahead and take the ACME fitting off this side.

Then we can grab a hose or a wrench to grab and loosen this up. And you kind of tell these are just super, super stiff. So that's kinda why we're upgrading to the braided stainless steel. It's not gonna get this stiff after it's been on here a while. Sometimes shorter isn't better. So I went ahead and did both different sizes. So on this side I used the 18 inch long lines. I was able to go all the way around on the inside of this and connect it since it has this 90 degree, which is super, super convenient. But now when I put this cover on, these lines aren't gonna be in the way. So I'm gonna do the same exact thing with this one, which is the 12 inch long one. So let's just see exactly if shorter is better. So I'm gonna use a 7/16th inch wrench to kind of get this started. First thing I did on the other one. So I just put this on just to kind of break it loose because this will pivot on its own. Just like that. Once that's loose, get it kind of lined up and straight. I like to do this one first 'cause it has the most amount of threads and we really don't want to cross set these. The other one's a lot easier to get 'cause we can just do it with our hands. And one thing, before I put this on, actually. So some people think that we need to put thread tape on. Well we have a tapered MPT fitting. So if you have a straight MPT fitting, you're gonna have to put it on there, but if you see this little taper on the inside here, this is not going to need any type of tape. So just keep that in mind. If it's on there, when you pull your old one off, just take a look at the fitting. If it's tapered, you don't really have to do that step. So kind of do it with the cable, just turning it and tightening it up like this, so it's nice and tight. So let's see what the best route is for this. I think to keep it kind of out of the way, I think that's probably our best bet. Twisty, twisty, twisty. And we are good to go. There we go. And we're pretty much done. One thing I would add to the setup is a emergency shutoff valve. GasStop makes them. Basically what's gonna happen whenever you have a tiny little leak, rather it's up here by your connections, or even just inside with one of our appliances, it's gonna shut it off to prevent that gas from continuing to leak. It's gonna keep everybody safe on the inside and just preserve your propane. Now once we get it on, it's just gonna go in between our propane tank and our line. So once that's done, we can open up our valve and then we can push it to reset it. So there we go. And if there is some sort of a leak, it's gonna cut it off just like that. So it'll keep that gas up to the gauge, but it won't allow it to go back through. It's just a safety mechanism. That's going to just keep everybody safe and preserve your propane. Ultimately, the problem we we're trying to solve is this. These lines are super stiff and they're on their way out. So that's why we upgraded to the stainless steel lines. We shouldn't have that issue whenever we go down the road. These are probably only about a year, maybe two or three years old, and they're already kind of seized up. So these are gonna crack really easily. That's why we went to stainless steel lines. That's why we also didn't just go with the same kind of material here. But also a nice thing about these is we have a 90 degree, so that just makes for a lot cleaner setup. So it looks better and it's gonna fit in the casing a lot easier, too. So whether you go with the rubber pieces or just the stainless steel braided lines, it's gonna be a great upgrade for ya. I personally will go with the stainless steel just because it's gonna last longer. It might be a little bit more in the beginning, but it's gonna last. So you're really gonna get the value out of it. That's basically it for a look at the GasStop propane hoses..

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GasGear 90-Degree Propane Hose - Type 1 x 1/4" Male Inverted Flare - 18" Long - Stainless - GS47FR

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (37 Customer Reviews)

Hose has a 90-degree fitting for an easy connection to a propane tank in a small compartment on your travel trailer or fifth wheel. Unlike rubber hoses, this stainless steel hose will not stiffen up or crack over time, so it'll last longer.


A great improvement over the old rubber hose and straight line to tank. I have attached photos comparing the old to new 90 degree line and the complete installation on a Lance truck camper. The new lines clear the entry opening as eell as both ends and sides of the compartment.



Still 5 stars. Flexible lines, 90 degree fitting make it much easier to remove and reload tanks.


These are a great upgrade for the trailer ! Well made and worked excellent with the gas stop I installed for additional safety .The propane cover fits with the gas stop now ! This was exactly what is needed for this added safety device. Highly recommended



This product is made very well and have had it for over a year. I like knowing I have a system that will shut the propane off if any variables occur in the line with the propane leaks I take our trailer off road several time and no issues at all with these gas stops . Would recommend them in conjunction of the solid braided lines .


Just installed them on my camping trailer today. Installed with Gas one propane guages and they still fit under the tank cover. Main reason I bought them was for the 90% offset. So far no leaks.



Just as good as first installed.


The hose is study and doesn't kink when you bend it sharply. I bought 2 and one wasn't made properly. It worked for about 9 months until I needed to remove it and transfer it to a new regulator. The threads aren't very deep. The male end stripped out when putting it on the new regulator. Meaning the top of the threads were barely grabbing the female end on the regulator. I'm surprised it didn't leak in the old regulator. I had to get a new hose that fit from a hardware store while I was on vacation. Otherwise it's a good looking hose.


Instillation was straight forward, though I did have to swap a fitting from the old hoses to the new ones. It took a little finessing to figure out how to position the tank and route the hoses but it was not that difficult.


Made installing the Gas Stop possible with the travel trailer propane tank cover.


This will remove sharp bends in your propane lines setup. Also allows my tank cover to slide on/off much easier.


As always with etrailer, a high quality product.


Replaced old 10 inch oem Aliner pigtails with these. Sofar so good. No stress in the lines no leaks around the crimps


I got a piece of safety, works great. Easy to install. Better safe than sorry.


Improve access to propane tank!!


The product was what I needed. Shipping was prompt and all worked great


Works great


very fast shipping fit just right!!






This was the perfect fix for my propane tank connection leak. The original hoses were bent to a sharp angle when the cover was installed. Over time they started to leak. I didn’t want to remove my Gas Stop valves so I ordered these 90 degree hoses. They fit perfectly.


This allowed us to create some space in the propane enclosure. Still doing well after 1 year.


A must have if you have installed gas stop. Easy to install, sturdy and well made. etrailer shipped quick as always, the low price guarantee means I feel confident I got the best price.


These 90 degree propane tank connectors work great. I have 3 tanks in tight spots and these really reduce the pressures on the hoses.


Received to propane hosea with a 90 will install then when the current hoses start to fail.


Fast shipping and fits perfectly with an easy install. Good thing too. The propane hoses that were attached to my tanks were two different hoses. Now, they're both the same and the braided hoses will last much longer.


Not worth the money. Developed a leak between the hose and crimped fitting in less than a year of normal use. Bought stainless hoses since I expected them to be more durable - they were not.

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