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Old 11-25-2011, 09:41 PM   #15
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If you can bring two...and you should be ok for 2 days... 5 gals can last longer than you may think....
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Old 11-25-2011, 10:02 PM   #16
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I think he is going to be away from the rig for two days and is wondering if the propane will last.It still depend on where he is and how cold it is.Still need more info.
If this is the case, The propane needed would be minimal. That depends on hookups. If boondocking, I would be more concerned with battery power. If on hookups, should be no problems. I would not leave the heater or water heater on and be away. Only the reefer would need propane. JM2C.
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Harvrk, what did yo figure out? Hope you had 2 good days.

Don't some of the smarta$$ posts keep you from asking questions, some people are just like that. I'm sure they can't remember back to the days they had to ask questions.
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