New Here, but I just bought a 1980 Sunline Sunspot, which has been semi-gutted by the previous owner.
One of the things I'm working on is that the furnace was removed. I have it and know where it goes, but all of the lines leading to it were ripped out.
Right now the propane system on the truck consists of a 20lb tank with a regulator, running to a length of black pipe, which then connects to a copper line which goes into the stove.
I know very little about propane, but how can I get my furnace hooked back up easily and cheaply, I've brazed copper lines before so my first thought was to just cut the line going to the stove, stick a T in it and run that to the furnace.
Do I have to use copper for the propane run? What fitting is on the furnace? What do I need to know?
Thanks in Advance!