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LPG for engine and coach?

Re: LPG for engine and coach?

Postby Damon3272 » Wed Jan 13, 2016 10:46 am

Do you not have an onboard LPG habitiation tank? if so there's no point in trying to "tap" into the engine powering gas tanks
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Re: LPG for engine and coach?

Postby Damon3272 » Thu Jan 14, 2016 11:27 pm

The tanks do sometimes appear rusty but normally this is only surface rust ,these tanks are made of thick metal and mostly look worse than they are.
I would imagine you could get a replacement "Manchester Tank" which would in my opinion be the best option,you could get one from Signature and if you need a larger amount of gas you could add an extend a stay.
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