are re-tinted and re-installed with butyl tape.
The spare tire and single propane
bottle are mounted on the tongue.
Four car-battery type "J" bolts hook into the holes in the bottom of the propane
bottle and pass through the holes in the wheel to connect to wing-nuts below the original propane
mount angle pieces.
If you look at the reflection of the hard tank cover you can see the 5" in diameter access hole in it to pass the regulator inside and allow screwing the hose connector to the valve and opening/closing the valve.
I bought a skinny 15 gallon blue tote to use for gray water; You can see it under the trailer in the picture above. I'm designing and putting together a hinged skid-plate/cradle for it to ride in below the floor just forward of the axle
, as if it were an installed gray water tank. The bottom of the tote will be at the same level as the bottom of the axle
, and the 3' x 3' piece of stainless steel that I salvaged from a discarded scale will protect it.