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Old 08-15-2013, 05:22 PM   #29
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I spcifically bought the "squatty" 10-pound tank because it has the same base ring as the regular 20-pounder. I then bought a "base extender" from CW, added a plywood base to it and then bolted it down to a stow-bin floor, close to the forward wall.

I put a couple of hooks for bungee cords, but the extender holds the bottle so well, I haven't bothered to use them. Getting the bottle out is a bit tricky, but manageable.

We're going to ditch our behemoth Char-Broil and designate the Q-220 as the patio grill. We'll get a roll-around cart for it. We then plan on getting a Weber 120 for the RV, so it will fit in a stow-bin without having to take the lid on and off every time.
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I don't understand all the paranoia about propane tanks
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Old 08-15-2013, 05:56 PM   #31
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I don't understand all the paranoia about propane tanks
Maybe it's a good thing , ya think ?
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If I "think" I wouldn't have questioned it.
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I found the adapter at Ace Hardware that is designed to connect the 1 lb disposable bottle to the POL fitting on that grill for $10. Screwed it in to the grill hose and attach the line from the extend a stay to it.
I didn't find one at my local ACE, but I did find one online. Works great and thanks for the info!
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