Propane tank removal

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Re: Propane tank removal

Post by silvertrooper »

Last photos...still need to fill it and verify everything works, but that's for later!
06 tank painted.jpeg
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07 front bracket install detail.jpeg
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08 installed tank.jpeg
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09 new tank monitor wire fittings.jpeg
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Re: Propane tank removal

Post by skater »

Looks great! I should do that to mine, which isn't nearly as bad as yours was.
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Re: Propane tank removal

Post by Oldbagpipe »

Nicely done! This is on my 'list', but still a ways down. I'll be back to this thread when ready. Thank you
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Post by kstills »

Very nice!

A bit anal repainting a tank no one will see because of a few scratches, though, no? :wink:
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Re: Propane tank removal

Post by Rugster »

silvertrooper wrote:
Thu Mar 24, 2022 6:41 pm
Hey Rugster,
Who did you have do the work? I've got a similar problem with a leaking shut-off valve, and LP places say they won't work on the chassis-mounted tank, and RV places say they don't do LP, or it's too old (1996) for their shop.

I'm now just thinking about doing the work myself--looks fairly easy since the tank is empty. Problem is, I don't know what valve to use. I suppose I cold just remove it then see if I can match it...

Thanks for any tips!
Branden and the Tourtle
Branden - sorry for the very late reply, but I only just saw your question. It's probably a moot point by now, but the work was done at Allied Propane in Richmond, CA.
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