One of the previous owners of my 1995 Coleman Rio Grande removed almost all of the propane system. All that's left now is the hard lines under the camper. I have some questions about what it would actually take to replace some of those components in the future. Ultimately, I would like to be able to use the quick connects inside and outside the camper to run a heater or a stove (like a Mr. Heater and a Coleman propane stove). Here is a picture of the line at the front of the camper where the tanks used to be. I think it's a 3/8 in line, but what kind of connector would I need. Also what type of regulator? From what I understand, it would have originally been low pressure (0.4 PSI) but that noting really runs on that pressure. Since there is nothing there that needs that low pressure (no furnace), would I be able to use a 15 PSI regulator to attach to a stove or heater or would that not be a great idea? I realize that there may have been a reason that this was all disconnected and that there are probably easier and cheaper options, but I just wanted to know what is possible and what would be needed at this point. Thanks a lot!