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Review of GasStop Propane - Hoses - GS37FR

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GasStop Propane - Hoses - GS37FR Review


Bobby Hey, everybody, welcome to etrailer.com. I'm Bobby and today we're taking a look at the GasGear 90 Degree Propane Hose with your bore rubber construction. Now these are gonna be an excellent way, guys, of giving yourself a 90 degree connection on your propane tanks, or even your gas stops that you guys might also put on your propane. So I'll show you guys that here in a second. What does this do for us though Well, obviously we're not gonna have too much room there either on the fronts or in the compartments of our trailers, and this can be a nice way of giving ourselves a 90 degree turn. So a lot of us can have it on the tongue of our trailer, and then we can simply plug this guy right in either directly to our propane as you're seeing, as we do have our standard Acme connection.

Now I just have my prop propane tank here so can't really show you guys this in action, of course, 'cause I got no gas and if I did have gas, wouldn't want it in here with me, but all I had to do, plug that right in, and now I can take my quarter-inch Inverted Flare Connector, Male Connector, and plug that into my regulator. That's gonna allow us to have a 250 Psig max pressure and a 200,000 BTU per hour capacity. So we're really gonna be packing a punch with this guy, obviously gonna have no trouble with that connection. And that makes it really easy to run this around, under, however we need to go right, and start actually plugging into our regulator. So we are here today on the 18" long rubber version.

There actually is gonna be a 12" long version because we're needing just a shorter connection. And there also is a stainless steel option. So, we have our rubber one here today. Now it doesn't feel like it's a bad construction at all. GasGear always making good stuff from what I've seen the little time I've handled it.

It actually does feel pretty quality, which is great, but they also do have a stainless version, like I said, so if you want something a little more heavy duty, something that's gonna be really able to withstand like the sun and all that. Now I can't really put this out in the sun for 12 months and see how it's gonna do, but in my mind it should be holding up well. They seem like good guys and seem like they we're actually taking a lot of pride in their construction, which was great 'cause really they just want to go ahead and deliver a safer experience for ourselves, which is awesome. And talking about a safer experience, as you guys can see, this is excellent, just go ahead and plug into our propane here. One thing I would do, highly recommend taking a look at the gas stop here, so this is an emergency shutoff valve.

Not to go ahead and give you guys the whole spiel again, but basically what happens with it, we have this plugged in, if we have a major disruption to our line, like a blowout or an accident or anything like that, it'll actually cut off our pressure or our gas flow. And then we don't have any kind of fires or anything going up and we're gonna have no issue with that, which is great. So it just shuts it off. Has a nice little gauge here too, a couple other uses. So if you guys are interested in that, highly recommend taking a look, but this can be really nice to go ahead and have, you guys, so just a little bit of security. Again, and your 90 degree, just plugs right onto the end of that, threads right on. And you're gonna have no trouble. So a little hard to do when they're both independent, but yeah, like I said, really, really easy to make that connection. And then you had that 90 degree right there in the end of it so that can be great. Overall though, it's still nice to go ahead and just plug and play right in our propane tanks at home. Well, like I said, we got a couple options out there for you guys, but let's make sure we are being safe, and you guys enjoy your trip. And anyways, I think that about does it for our look at the GasGear 90 Degree Propane Hose here at etrailer.com. I'm Bobby, thank you for watching..


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