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I don't have experience with this myself. But I'm going to guess that the answer depends on a few things, including:

- the diameter of the line
- the wattage/horsepower of the generator you want to run

Without at least those, it's probably going to be a lot harder for people to answer.

Some quick Googling brought up a number of resources about sizing natural gas supplies for generators. This is one, if it's useful:
Natural Gas Generator Pipe Size Chart
 

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Your totally right not enough data to make a call. I think it’s a 3/4 inch gas line. The generator would most likely be a 7500 watt running at 3/4 load. Just not sure if these barbecue lines have enough volume for any generator. Thanks!
 
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