the pointy end is the bow
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Location: La Conner, Washington
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Well, we know what the book answer is now but I haven't actually seen a real life answer to the OP's question yet.
From a garage mechanic view point, I can see that there might be some problems matching up fittings and it might be easier to buy a made up propane hose with the fittings already in place, but boy, I've seen some cheap looking hoses hooked to propane accessories before so hydralic hoses might be perfectly fine, but I don't know. Someone out there probably knows, but it's not worth getting beat up by the monday quarterbacks reading there little rule book instead of actually having hands on experience.
Faster nailed it though. If it all goes south and it's not up to code they have an excuse not to cover the claim if there is one.
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La Conner, WA
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Boating for over 25 years, some of them successfully.
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