Nice to hear that this might help you brainstorm a similar setup for your rig. I then purchased a splitter that I attached to the tank. Happy New Year…have a GR8 !! The red 15 PSI regulator we added to the line is still much higher pressure than the grill uses, so therefore plenty of pressure to get over to the other side of the RV, and still in need of being regulated down to grill pressure. The way I solved this was to purchase a 20 lb propane tank that comes equipped with most home grills. There sure are many ways to skin a cat.
Once you have this installed there are several other propane accessories that you can hook up to this connection to make your camping trip more enjoyable, such as Outdoor Propane HeatersPropane Fire Pits and Propane Stoves.
How to Connect a Propane BBQ to Your RV's Propane Tank
How great is it to be able to eliminate a redundancy, while improving functionality and reducing costs. Thanks so much for all the input. We have not had a single repeat of the oil-in-the-propane-line situation since we installed the 15 PSI regulator about 18 months ago. Good question! I am using the nexgrill brand portable grill that costco was selling a couple of years ago. The 15 psi regulator has propane gas in it at 15 psi. Thanks for the update, Gene.