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Old 26-05-2018, 09:22   #1
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2.75 kg propane tank

Any idea of a source to purchase these in the US?
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Re: 2.75 kg propane tank

I guess that would be 6 pound? Ace Hardware has the little 5 lb ones.
Manchester Tank 5 lb. Type 1 Propane Cylinder(10054) - Gas Grill Parts - Ace Hardware
Amazon has 6 lb ones.
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Re: 2.75 kg propane tank

There is also a fairly common 6 lb (2.75 kg) US DOT aluminum propane cylinder used on boats.

https://www.defender.com/product3.js...76262&id=59080

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https://www.amazon.com/Worthington-2.../dp/B004FPZABK

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Re: 2.75 kg propane tank

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There is also a fairly common 6 lb (2.75 kg) US DOT aluminum propane cylinder used on boats.

https://www.defender.com/product3.js...76262&id=59080

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Yes I had one on the boat for the BBQ (and as a backup for the main stove if I needed it.) Being tall it was easy to arrange a bracket system for the stern pulpit vertical rail near the BBQ..
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