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I filled mine yesterday so I'll be ready for my next camping trip, whenever that might be. [emoticon]

Thank God they're not mounted on the rear bumper. [emoticon]


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Pot stirrin muther _____er.... Lol[emoticon]


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Our local hardware store has been offering $1.00 off a gallon on propane (now $2.15 gal) due to our extreme cold temperatures. Other places quit filling because it is too cold. We have been in the negatives for weeks now (I've seen -20 every day this week on my drive into work and back home)and the deal is, you have to ask for which of the two guys who own the shop have to make the trek across the lot and stand there while filling your tanks. Their supplier has had to refill the bulk tank every day. Good times!


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When we're in southern Tennessee I fill my 20lb tanks for $10. Beat that! I love tennesee, most everything is reasonably priced.

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Grit dog wrote:

Pot stirrin muther _____er.... Lol [emoticon]


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MORSNOW wrote:

Our local hardware store has been offering $1.00 off a gallon on propane (now $2.15 gal) due to our extreme cold temperatures. Other places quit filling because it is too cold. We have been in the negatives for weeks now (I've seen -20 every day this week on my drive into work and back home)and the deal is, you have to ask for which of the two guys who own the shop have to make the trek across the lot and stand there while filling your tanks. Their supplier has had to refill the bulk tank every day. Good times!


Man it must be cold. [emoticon]

Propane boils at -44°

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dhull wrote:

When we're in southern Tennessee I fill my 20lb tanks for $10. Beat that! I love tennesee, most everything is reasonably priced.


WOW!! I paid $2.89/gal yesterday.

My camper has a 6 and a 5 gal tanks.

I filled the two for my travel trailer too.

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specta wrote:

Grit dog wrote:

Pot stirrin muther _____er.... Lol [emoticon]


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The LP door doesn't have a lock on it either. [emoticon]

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I wanna see old G-Dog hoisting them 7 gallon tanks chest high when he grows up..One advantage for the Artic Fox is the 7 gallon tanks but more than a few complain about how heavy they are and lifting them chest high for the side compartment...That could be one of the reasons the vast majority only use 5 gallon tanks in a truck camper...

Kimbo truck campers have a much better approach..Even G-Dog could do it this way..

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jaycocreek wrote:

I wanna see old G-Dog hoisting them 7 gallon tanks chest high when he grows up..One advantage for the Artic Fox is the 7 gallon tanks but more than a few complain about how heavy they are and lifting them chest high for the side compartment...That could be one of the reasons the vast majority only use 5 gallon tanks in a truck camper...

Kimbo truck campers have a much better approach..Even G-Dog could do it this way..

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That's one of the goofiest looking campers I've ever seen. [emoticon]

My camper came standard with 2-5 gallon tanks. I took the 7 gallon out of my other camper so I actually have one 5 and one 7.

I posted a 6 gallon previously but that was a mistake.

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