LPG gas connector France

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  1. irnbru

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    I forgot to buy a gas adapter for our refillable LPG to use in France. We have one bottle used now so I need to find somewhere near Port Grimaud or we are heading to Nice that sells an adaptor.
    Anyone help please?
     
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    you may find the garages that sell gas will have them . worth asking .
     
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    I can give you a picture :p
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    Most garages carry adapters you can borrow!
     
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    Well done the French...
     
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    Avez-vous un adaptateur de GPL au Royaume-Uni / français s'il vous plaît?
     
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    Lol @Techno100 .I've not even managed to ask for a wine in French yet :LOL:
     
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    Pronounced ADAP TAT EUR ........ JEE P L
     
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    Avez Vous vin rouge sil Vous plais?
     
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    Actually - Jay pay ell - I think.
     
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    If you add a Scots accent it'll not matter too much :whistle:
     
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    In our early days of using LPG in cars I think the adaptor you need was referred to as the Dutch Cap!!

    Good luck with trying to translate that :D
     
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    you don't really need one because garages will have one can use, they normally do, we just come back from Europe and when we were getting LPG the man at garage offered assistance doing the gas and brought the fitting out to the van
     
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