Originally Posted by Read_N_Run
I too would own one if there wasn't an issue with the access to the valve with my splitter as well as the 11lb having the same diameter as the 17 which are both too big for me.
Read and Run's post got me to go out and check that my splitter worked with my new tank. It does, barely. It works a lot better when you connect the Partner and the Woodland Power Stove before connecting the splitter to the tank. Here is a picture.
The green Acme is attached to the WPS. The black
Is attached to the 4 burner Partner. I replaced the POL after my last trip with a black Acme. The fact you th to be the first half of the year Now my question is whether my black Acme nut is acting as a limiter on my system? The Woodland Power Stove can draw 130,000 BTU's and the Partner has 4 burners at 10,000 each. That is 170,000 BTU's. Do I need to get a splitter that has a red or green acme nut to get all the BTU's out of that WPS or even just to run both stoves at once?
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