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Old 01-26-2013, 05:54 PM   #1
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Where do you get your propane tanks?

I knew I would need extra propane this winter so I checked around to see what was out there. I read a lot on the forum that the tank exchanges are too unreliable so I wanted to steer clear of those. I think I made a good choice when I bought a 20lb tank from U Haul. It only cost about $35 and I got it filled for under $20. What I liked about the U Haul tank is that it came with a gauge built into the valve so I didn't have to spend another $20 for one of those. We don't go through much propane because we use the space heater and cook with electric most of the time. With the extra bottle I have a 60lb capacity and have only used 20lbs since mid December. From late July to mid December we used 40lbs. With that smaller amount of usage I couldn't see buying a 60lb'er or bigger.
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