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Old 04-29-2010, 08:55 PM   #29
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I notice many responders are using an Extend-A-Flow on their motor home propane tanks. I have used one on various 5th wheels but never on a motor home. Are they the same item or are they different for motor homes than trailers? I had been thinking of using a five gallon portable tank but would prefer to tap the big tank and not carry the extra one.
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I would think they would be the same.
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I have been using the tank off my home Barbie when we travel. I use a cheap Barbie from wal-mart. We spend the winter in Az. and the tank lasts all winter. I highly recommend this.
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What compartment do you carry the tank in? I've considered getting a standard 20lb grill tank, but I don't have a vented compartment to carry it in.

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I know I'm going to get some grief with this answer, but I carry it in my forward compartment, right side. Basically unvented. Tank upright and tightly closed. Maybe I should carry it in the toad, eh? Been doing it this way for 17 years.... But I'm willing to change. Any other suggestions out there?
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Hi steelheadbluesman,
No grief from me. When the trip calls for it, I carry a 20# bottle in the center basement compartment or in the toad. The bottle is in the toad only when it is cold out.
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No grief from me. When the trip calls for it, I carry a 20# bottle in the center basement compartment or in the toad. The bottle is in the toad only when it is cold out.
Thanks Gary, I was feeling a little strung out on that one
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