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Old 01-02-2006, 09:27 AM   #1
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The previous owner put in an extend-a-stay but where do you put the extra propane tank to hook up to it when traveling?
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The previous owner put in an extend-a-stay but where do you put the extra propane tank to hook up to it when traveling?
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Old 01-02-2006, 09:38 AM   #3
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Christina & Gerald,

What you usually do is when you go to a CG and are going to stay for a long while, you will contact the local propane company and rent a 100# tank to set next to the rig. Did you get the hose with the rig for the extend-a-stay? If not you can get one at camping world. They are usually 12 to 15 feet long with one end to connect to the tank and the other to the extend a stay. Turn off your tanks and use the rented tank.
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Yes, I do have the hose. Thank you - I could not think of a safe way to carry that extra tank of propane and being new at this renting never even occurred to me.
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