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Old 02-09-2016, 05:25 PM   #11
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I also use a Milk Crate for my extra LP Tank to sit inside of. Works great! Reason being, when it's traveling in the bed of the truck, it won't tip over and roll. Of course I could surround it, or wedge it between other stuff, but the Milk Crate is a perfect holding container. Making life simpler with less worries.
Milk crate is the better option, best would be a metal strap with a wing nit to tighten it down.


Mine travels well in the red one....

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Milk crate is the better option, best would be a metal strap with a wing nit to tighten it down.


Mine travels well in the red one....

We must shop at the same stores. Save for the 5er and propane grill, I have everything in your picture from the red crate setup with a two piece tree, electric skillet, etc. down to that flavor of beverage.

I use my propane for seafood boils or when a big fryer is required.

The milk crate is the best.
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We must shop at the same stores. Save for the 5er and propane grill, I have everything in your picture from the red crate setup with a two piece tree, electric skillet, etc. down to that flavor of beverage.

I use my propane for seafood boils or when a big fryer is required.

The milk crate is the best.
I congratulate you on you good taste....
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Old 02-09-2016, 06:29 PM   #14
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Mine travels well in the red one....


Looks as though there must have been a sale on "red" milk crates, or we are just all partial to the color. LOL. Looks exactly like mine as well. Looking good!
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