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Old 05-01-2003, 09:35 AM   #1
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New LP Supply line?

I looked back for other threads concerning replacing the LP lines, and I found this:

I just wanted to ask if anyone had anything to add?

I have a '67 Overlander I just picked up (rescued is more like it). My current line looks like the steel lines BobbyW described in that tread, but they are routed between the curb side stabilizing jacks and the skin. That is, the curb side jacks are mounted on (very rusted by now) steel angle-iron brackets keeping the jack off the bottom skin that CAN'T have been factory installed. If the jacks were factory, I couldn't understand why the gas line wasn't run down the center of the trailer, between the left and right side jacks.

That said, in the restoration I would like to do things logically and run the line near the center. I would hope there's no reason not to?
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