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RE: Propane tank recertification

I worked for Amerigas the last 15 years I worked before retirement and here's what we did for inspection. All visual, decals , dents and pitting due to rust, that was it. Tanks just don't wear out, I've seen home tanks in the field from the early 40's. By the way exchange tanks weather Blue Rhino or Amerigas are not filled to 80% there all shy by about 1 gallon. If you want to replace your exsisting 20lb tank that's a good way to go other than that it's a rip off. Again tanks don't where out with maintenance!!! I'm sure some one is going to argue with me on that.
tuna fisher 09/19/19 06:41am Truck Campers
RE: Propane tank recertification

Not at all, any propane dealer will do it around here.
tuna fisher 09/18/19 06:58am Truck Campers
RE: Battery question

Normal. 13.5 is charging, 12.7 full charge resting, 12.2 60% charge in use. You are good to go and the solar is working well for you. The 12 Volt Side of LifeGood read, thanks for posting.
tuna fisher 09/12/19 06:44am General RVing Issues
RE: Battery question

You’re saying it reads 12.5v in the morning but won’t run the heater. Doesn’t make sense. Or are you saying you run the heater and kill the battery quickly?It will run the heater fine but kills the battery quickly.
tuna fisher 09/12/19 06:43am General RVing Issues
RE: Battery question

Thanks for the quick answers to my problem. I'll do a load test on the battery to ck. it's condition, to start. Yes it's a cheap meter.
tuna fisher 09/11/19 08:41am General RVing Issues
RE: Battery question

Heater???? you are running something other than pump and LEDs? bumpyNice answer to my question
tuna fisher 09/11/19 07:42am General RVing Issues
Battery question

I have 1 group 27 battery in my Lance 185s TC, I only use it for LED lights and the water pump. My problem is as the sun sets and I'm reading say 13.5v on my meter, within 3 hrs.or less it's reading 12.5, by early morning it's still at 12.5. Why the fast drop in those first 3hours then not at all overnight. It leaves me with not enough power for me to use my heater in the am to take the chill of in the camper. I have a 100w solar panel that is enough for my min. need for juice, I don't remember having this problem in the past. Would this be that my battery is on it's way out or could it be something else? Any suggestions would be appreciated. I haven't done a load test on the battery yet but it's not that old of a battery for it to be on it's way out.
tuna fisher 09/11/19 06:19am General RVing Issues
RE: Arizona ORV permit

As of Sept. 1 all ORV's operating in Az. need a permit, Resident or visitors. Did you mean OHVs (Off-Highway Vehicles)? AZ State Parks It's all right at this link too
tuna fisher 09/06/19 07:12am Around the Campfire
RE: Arizona ORV permit

Here's the info you requested. ORV,OHV, ATV whatever you want to call them, I just call them Toys...
tuna fisher 09/06/19 06:38am Around the Campfire
Arizona ORV permit

As of Sept. 1 all ORV's operating in Az. need a permit, Resident or visitors.
tuna fisher 09/02/19 06:55am Around the Campfire
RE: Jalama Beach County Park In California

If you go to the top using the road that goes thru the Elect only level you shouldn't have any problem.
tuna fisher 07/08/19 07:05am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: AZ-UT boondocking loop

Good Loop, done it many times. VOG and N. Rim 2 of my favorite spots. Well done.
tuna fisher 07/03/19 06:23am Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
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