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Old 12-01-2009, 08:22 PM   #29
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How many gal or lbs are in the tanks that you can exchange at Walmart and other places, usually used for BBQ's?
Don't quote me on it. But I believe those are 20# and about 5 gallon.
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Don't quote me on it. But I believe those are 20# and about 5 gallon.
It's nominally 5 gallons, but I've seen them have as little as 3 in them.
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It was 3.15 a gallon last month. Today it is 2.75 a gallon.
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