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Old 06-13-2016, 09:33 PM   #15
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I would have never thought of Tractor Supply because the one in my home town doesn't offer propane.

Here is the video that my original question referred too. Anyone tried this?

https://youtu.be/ooAMW6xWkB8
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I am on propane at my house and have a wet line on my tank.I will sometime fill my tank if it is about half full.IT is slow when it is cold but it works.
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Would add that I fill my Winnebago's propane tank at my local Agway. Can usually find one of those off the interstates I'm sure.
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Our local hardware store has propane, but not all the guys are trained well enough to do fixed (ASME) tanks instead of DOT bottles. The owner can, if he is there, and the senior "yard guy". Same at some of the RV parks we have been to, but most can handle a motorhome fixed tank these days (but I watch them like a hawk, cause they are often poorly trained).

If I need propane (not often) and I'm not in a campground that has it, I usually just check my PC or phone for a local propane service place. Actual LP/propane shops have both the capability and the training to do it right, and usually have enough space to bring in a large vehicle (cause they have larger trucks themselves, for LP delivery or service). If I haven't been by the place by car, I call and ask about access with a 40 foot coach.
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