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Old 08-24-2010, 07:38 AM   #1
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propane refill?

heading to bar harbor want to refill propane.can any one tell me good place to refill? have a 34' gs class c pulling a toad.any feed back would be nice.
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Old 08-24-2010, 08:20 AM   #2
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Flying J’s most often have propane as well as other RV related services. It looks like they have associated stations in Maine, you can see which have it here:
Flying J

Or you can go the their home site > locations to check out all they locations here: Flying J

I have it bookmarked, saved as a favorite for those from Rio Linda, nice to have for future trip planning.
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Flying J is what we have used in the past.
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Old 08-25-2010, 05:53 AM   #4
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thanks for info.
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Many places like U Haul sell propane.I look in yellow page or google propane with zip code.
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thanks i forgot about yellow pages thats what we'll do.
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I needed propane yesterday. I pulled up the yellow pages on my laptop, looked under propane, called the dealers listed to get their prices and filled up for $1.65 per gallon. The range was $2.99 to $1.65 per gallon. Pays to shop !!
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I needed propane yesterday. I pulled up the yellow pages on my laptop, looked under propane, called the dealers listed to get their prices and filled up for $1.65 per gallon. The range was $2.99 to $1.65 per gallon. Pays to shop !!
Where are you located? I called 4 places today in KC and the prices ranged from $2.89 (flying j) to $3.99/gallon (Uhaul).
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[QUOTE=Dave and Jaime;692818]Where are you located? I called 4 places today in KC and the prices ranged from $2.89 (flying j) to $3.99/gallon (Uhaul).[/QUO

I am in Southern California and we normally have the highest prices for any kind of fuel. I'm glad I filled up now. We are headed to your part of the world in about 3 weeks.
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I can always find a propane dealer in a small town that fill the residential tanks and it will always be significantly less expensive than U Haul or Flying J's type places.
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will shop around here at bar harbor camp ground they want 4 $ a gallon.
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