Originally Posted by C&G in FL
The ¼” ID hose at low pressure will allow for 65,000 BTUs to pass through.
This is really good to know Carl, thanks for digging the info up.
My Dickinson BBQ has a 10,000 burner. If I get the Ranger II, which I most likely will it is 2x17,000 BTU, so I will be good.
Even in you situation with the fire pit, do you find you run it on high all the time. It would not be hard to back it up while you heated water for the hot chocolate (with dark rum, of course).
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