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Old 12-12-2010, 11:39   #16
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Originally Posted by Randyonr3 View Post
There's a easier place to place the locker..... I put mine on the dock and left it behing..
My tank, a small 1 gal. model hangs off the rear rail in a custom stainless mount I had made.. being on the rear rail, ther is no way for the gas to get into the boat except by hose to the stove. The 1 gal. tank lasts us just about a month and i keep a spair up front in the chain locker, which is vented by drain.
Setup Ditto likewise... but refillable Camping Gaz bottles... its in your face reminding you to turn it off when finished.
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