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Old 12-14-2006, 02:23 PM   #1
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My MH has a 20 gallon horizontal mounted LP Tank, does anyone know if there is a bigger horizontal mount tank that I can replace the existing one with??
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My MH has a 20 gallon horizontal mounted LP Tank, does anyone know if there is a bigger horizontal mount tank that I can replace the existing one with??
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That all depends upon how much room you have. Tiffin uses 24, 28, and 32 gallon tanks so they are out there. Best bet is do a google search for propane tank and find some vendors that give dimensions and specs then measure your RV and see how much room you have.
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My Winnebago has a 37 gallon ...I'm sure there are larger than that...
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When propane generators were in style many rigs had larger LP tanks to supply them with fuel. If you don't have a propane genset, there usually isn't a need for a huge tank. The exception, of course, is winter heating for those who stay in the frozen lands.

You can add a tee to your system that will accept a feed from an external tank - it's called an Extend-A-Stay from Marshal Brass. That way you can hook up any size tank the local LP sypplu place will deliver to your site.
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Old 12-15-2006, 06:08 PM   #6
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Thanks for the info, I ordered one.
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I know I'm kinda late to respond to these posts, but I'm a new member & just getting around to looking at them all. My Beaver contessa has a 50 gal propane tank. Like the guy a few posts mentioned, it's an older DP & it has a propane geni. Thanks
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