Dr of BBQ
The Wild Dog wrote “Gas line will enter the trailer from the floor come across about 18″ of base, 90 up a stud, shut off valve will protrude from panel on the left. then T off going to the water heater ( 6 foot run ) and then back towards the front of the trailer, 90 again towards the floor and then Uturn to face upwards from the floor and that’s where I will have my ” manifold ” connection for the cooker & griddle hook ups. I plan to use a 2″ pipe attached to a T & a 90 with…….”
Wow I’m lost but I once saw a 3 Stooges movie when they had the gas coming out the faucets and the water coming out of the gas stove burner.
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LOL I know your smarter than that. Just kidding.
But really I’m not sure I understand and I do think pictures or line drawings like you posted in the past would help if it’s not a pain.
But my first thought was why not use a “T” from your line runing under the trailer to each appliance. You’d “T” from your main line going from the gas source to your water heater and where that line goes through the floor a shutoff valve then a flex line to the water heater.
Then go down the line (under the trailer) and another hole through the floor again a shut off valve and flex pipe to your manifold?
But it may be that I just don’t understand what the situation is or your plan.