John61CT wrote:If you don't need a lot, get a couple of the aluminum 6# (1.4 gal) Worthingtons, maybe with a quick-connect adapter.
No need to mount, use the same way as the disposables, only 6" wide and very light.
Or if you do find a good spot, put an auto-change regulator between them.
Esteban wrote:Here's an example So Cal Teardrops 10" LP Mount Bracket of a propane tank mounting bracket I'm considering attaching behind a 10.75" wide fender on the exterior side of my galley:
Alternatively the propane tank bracket could be mounted on the outside front wall of a teardrop.
SoCal Teardrops has photos in their Gallery - XS Off-Road Teardrop that display a propane tank mounted behind a fender on the outside of the galley area.
S. Heisley wrote:
Please note that the side mounting bracket is different from the other one. It offers a bit more protection. They are both really nice. When I was looking for mounts, nobody seemed to make them for the smaller tank. I ended up using a battery mount kit for my propane.
Esteban wrote:I really be happy if I could find an aluminum propane tank bracket, like the ones above, that fits a 12" diameter Viking composite propane tank
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