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Old 12-22-2005, 10:31 AM   #29
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We have Suburban propane gas for our home. They will fill a 20, 30, or what have you at our door and also at our cottage for the same price. currently that price is 1.49 per gallon. but again , we use it for heat at home . One gallon is about 4.4 pounds.A 20 lb tank is about 5 gal. Hope this helps.ALSO , HAVE A GREAT CHRISTMAS. AL.
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Old 12-22-2005, 08:27 PM   #30
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Went past a propane place where I fill my barbeque tanks and their sign reads: propane tanks filled $15.99 .......I don`t know of another place in our area that still fills tanks.....Anyway...a Merry and Peaceful Christmas to all....at least I think that we can still say that...... ...Benny & Alice
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Old 12-22-2005, 08:52 PM   #31
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I did not realize that buying propane has become somewhat of a scam. Where I live, they do not use scales (never even seen a scale used) it is sold by the gallon. Also, you only pay for what you need. Whoever started selling at a fixed price regardless if you do not need that much seems like an illegal act to me. Could you imagine a gas station doing that with vehicles? In California, if you do not have the OPD valve/device, you will not get your bottles filled.
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Old 12-23-2005, 10:16 AM   #32
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I did not realize that buying propane has become somewhat of a scam. Where I live, they do not use scales (never even seen a scale used) it is sold by the gallon. Also, you only pay for what you need. Whoever started selling at a fixed price regardless if you do not need that much seems like an illegal act to me. Could you imagine a gas station doing that with vehicles? In California, if you do not have the OPD valve/device, you will not get your bottles filled.

the OPD is required in ND also. When I was in Cal some places sold it for .75 per gallon with a $2 or $3 min. It doesn't pay to file in a gallon
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Old 12-23-2005, 11:57 AM   #33
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OPD device is required everywhere in the U.S. It's a federal law, not state or local. And from what I've read on the WWW it's coming to Canada before too long.
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