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Old 01-07-2016, 05:57 PM   #41
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I think there is some issues with how much propane you can carry and tunnels. With Diesel, I could easily set up the truck to carry extra fuel.
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Only in portable tanks - an ASME tank is not considered portable which is why motorhomes can carry as much as they want.
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40s are the same diameter, just taller and heaver when filled.
For me, replacing the 30s after filling are plenty heavy, would love the larger capacity of the 40s but do not want to deal with the extra weight of the 40s when replacing the tanks after filling.
I had the 30's swapped with 40's. No issue with gas line lengths. The 40's were selected as I had the Onan Gold 6.5 KW generator option added to our 2013 36RL.
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