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Old 04-09-2012, 01:03 PM   #15
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Propane = 4.2lbs / gal at 60 deg

20lb tank (5 gal bottle; Bar-B-Que Grill tank) = 20lbs of propane (4.7 gal ); Total weight (LP plus container) = 40lbs
30lb tank (7 gal bottle) = 30lbs of propane (7 gal); Total weight (LP plus container) = 55lbs
40lb tank (10 gal bottle) = 40lbs of propane (9.4 gal); Total weight (LP plus container) = 70lbs
100lb tank (25 gal bottle) = 100lbs of propane (23.6 gal); Total weight (LP plus container) = 170lbs

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On my '87 37RQ the propane tank is an 80 lb unit that is approx 13"X44". Part number is 074142-01-000. Looks like all the 87 Windcruisers used the same on except the 26ET which only had a 42 lb tank. Check at some of the MH salvage places, you should be able to find one.
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When I checked on a new propane tank for my previous MH a new 20 gal frame mounted propane tank was in the $450-500 range. As indicated above propane tanks are filled to 80% to allow for expansion, so the 20 gal one would be filled to 16 gal. Many older MHs had 20 gal tanks but I put in a 25 gal if I had the room to have the extra propane capacity, especially if you have a propane generator.
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