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I'd think any gas services contractor or outlet should be able to help you out.. and if the propane orifice is larger than that for CNG you could just drill out the originals.. (but I'm not sure which way that works out)
EDIT.. just did a bit of googling and it looks like the propane orifice is generally smaller due to the higher supply pressure...but didn't find actual data.
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