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Old 02-01-2015, 04:30   #1
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Propane brands

I am about to buy new hardware from tank to stove for my boat. I was curious if there is a quality difference between Fireboy and Trident in regards to hose, regulator, fittings, etc . I was just going to get the one that looks the nicest as they are both pretty comparable in price on most items.

I was looking at getting the AFC 151 solenoid for the high pressure side as I hear good things about them. So I'm not concerned about shutoff solenoids.

- Ronnie...on the geaux
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