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Old 01-12-2018, 09:59 PM   #29
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I carry a 20# tank and I carry it in a plastic milk crate we got at Home Depot the tank is a tight fit in it and I secure the crate to the basement columns with bungee cords. Been doing that for 8 years and never had an issue.
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I carry a 20# tank and I carry it in a plastic milk crate we got at Home Depot the tank is a tight fit in it and I secure the crate to the basement columns with bungee cords. Been doing that for 8 years and never had an issue.
I've carried a 20lb tank in the bay for the last 10 year without any issues. Just make sure it is in the upright position
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Bracket for 5 lb. Propane Cylinder. - Adventure Trailers Store

Lots of different sized racks made for different sized bottles.

I might need to fashion a bracket next to the spare tire on the back of our Jeep...

We still use the little green 1lb bottles...but I would like a larger bottle, especially when they finally offer the gas conversion kit in the USA for my UUNI 3 portable pizza oven...
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