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Old 10-16-2016, 05:31 PM   #15
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there is a TS at wixom and I96 i will check if the fill onboard tanks on monday
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Old 10-16-2016, 06:09 PM   #16
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Thanks, I don't think they do. They have the same layout as the TSC in Howell, no way to pull a motorhome into the yard where the tank is. Could be wrong though, you are talking about the TSC in New Hudson off Milford road, right? Don't recall one at Wixom and I-96 but never looked.
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The one in Havasu AZ is cheap and easy in and out.
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The one in melbourne Florida is carry up only driveways and sale stuff block everything in. Barely got backed out of there.
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I don't know where in Illinois you live but I filled my tank on my Class
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Suburban gas on Farmington road if you are close to Peoria.
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Tractor Supply in Lawrenceburg, Kentucky $1.79. You have to drive into the yard, they will fill a Class, but you have to back out of the yard, so if pulling a toad, you will need to unhook. I only get propane about once a year though.
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I don't know where in Illinois you live but I filled my tank on my Class
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Suburban gas on Farmington road if you are close to Peoria.
Hope you meant $1.45 per gallon. $1.45 per pound would be $6.09 per gallon, kinda of expensive.
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Old 10-22-2016, 09:57 AM   #22
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We just stopped at the Flying J near Grand Ledge MI. I only had a 1/4 full propane tank in our MH. The guy filling it told me the meter was not working so he called his manager and they told him figure 8 gallons when it should have been closer to 15 gallons. Now if that would happen at the gas pump but I'm not that lucky.
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The tractor supply at Milford rd and I 96 will fill MH but you will have to back in
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Following this thread for future reference. A Michigander going FT next spring with family in Peoria area. It's always nice to have a ready list available. The one time we did fill up was on our way home from the UP. We stopped at a large propane supply store (there were 3 in this small town). They were very nice, but had never filled up a motorhome before, which really surprised us. It took them a bit but job was completed happily.
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The tractor supply at Milford rd and I 96 will fill MH but you will have to back in
Good to know, thanks.
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