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Old 08-01-2021, 02:46 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by thirdeye View Post
Unless there is a gas company or city rule that things need to be hard piped in, I don't know why a properly rated flexible hose wouldn't be okay. In the 60's my parents bought an aluminum NG grill from the gas company and it had a flexible hose so it could be moved around.
Thatís what I figured. But I know there is a max BTU that a BBQ stub can deliver. For instance, I know I canít go with a 100,000 btu firebowl as the 1/2 pipe canít deliver that level. Maybe I need to call the gas company tomorrow and ask.
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