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My propane guy told me my tank was getting to a point some stations may not fill it due to its appearance. I did not remove it, hand sanded it and masked off the valves and fill gauge. Sprayed it with white Flexseal, looks like a new tank. I do love Flexseal..lol
 
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Dana:
Jim I measured my tank 42 long. sorry not a replacement for you.[/QUOTE

Hey Dana,

If your still on here - do you still have that 42" tank? And is it also 12" in diameter? And maybe with L brackets on each end for hanging from the floorboard of the coach? :-)

If so, are you still willing to part with it, assuming and depending on other aspects of it's construction.

The one in my coach is a 1990 Brunner Eng. & Man.. Brunner was absorbed by Manchester in 2000. I can get valves and such for it, but it also has adapter flanges on it that if broken, cannot be replaced. And tanks of that size are few and far between.

Let me know if you want to part with it. I'm sure refilling for your BBQ grill is not pretty - and I've got tanks I can bring you to replace the 42"er. :-)]
 
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Once empty it went into the next load of scrap. I am trying to downsize/minimize. head bang

If you ever come by you will understand how comical that statement is. They do not throw anything away at work if it is metal, wood or electrical without talking to me.

Sorry no tank!


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