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Old 05-23-2013, 11:03 AM   #11
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BTW, get a luggage scale. Weigh your tanks to determine how much is in them. My 30# tanks are around 56# full, 19# empty I think. I simply made a chart to show % propane left. I'll weigh the active tank before a trip just to get an idea how much is left. I never had any luck with the magnetic gauges. I guess not enough usage to create the temp difference to work.
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Watch the fuel fill ups open flame and gas fumes never mix well !
Get a diesel. LOL
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Watch the fuel fill ups open flame and gas fumes never mix well !
Oh contraire, they mix very well, that's the problem.
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