Landmann propane smoker regulator

Discussion in 'Propane Smokers' started by vtmecheng, Jul 2, 2014.

  1. I need to replace the regulator on my Landmann propane smoker but am having some issues with the connection to the smoker. Looking to replace the original one with a 10 psi regulator and needle valve, which on here seems like a common mod. On the smoker side it looks like a 1/4" MNPT connection but all the regulators have hoses that end in 3/8" female flair connections. I thought about just using the hose from the old regulator but that's only rated for 1 psi and being a flammable gas (and me being an engineer) that doesn't sit well with me. Am I missing something here? I have to assume I'm not the only one with a Landmann that has tried this. Any help/ideas are much appreciated.
  2. lamar

    lamar Smoking Fanatic SMF Premier Member

    I am curious as to why you want to go to a 10 psi regulator.  On my Landman GOSM,  I simply put a needle valve in the line close to the regulator and it works 100% for me.  I can't see any advantage in the higher pressure regulator.
  3. I couldn't get mine to go above 300 deg and for chicken I typically smoke at 350. Maybe it's just a bad regulator. Got the one I bought to work with a brass pipe fitting from the local store. Seems to work great for now. Just needed to be creative on the connections.
  4. lamar

    lamar Smoking Fanatic SMF Premier Member

    Whatever works!

    Glad you got the problem solved. 

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