The high pressure regulator is typically at the tank and a low pressure regulator is at the house. The two regulators are used to control the pressure to a furnace etc. They operate on vapor not liquid and are not used for filling tractors.
A liquid draw off pulls liquid from the bottom of the tank and does not use a regulator. My tank has an extra fitting on the top of the tank - but not under the dome with the level gage and fill valve. The liquid draw off is installed in this fitting and consists of a valve and hose. You will need the correct adaptors on the hose to mate with your tractor.
You will probably need to shop around to find a dealer willing to do this type of service. When I had mine installed I found they were pretty cautious. I think it helps if one appears knowledgeable on just what is needed and how they will use it. Don't take the last sentence the wrong way - it is not intented as an insult. But rather place yourself in the propane dealers shoes - they don't want to be the dealer that sells something to a person who makes the news the next day.
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