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pauly boy

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Posted: 08/14/20 07:33am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

- it's on 3/4 now. Not too worried about it. Only need it for 3 days.
- it's a 40 lb permanent motor home tank.
Everyone has been very helpful. Thanks to all!
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Posted: 08/16/20 01:47pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

If you have bottles holding 20 pounds of propane, a suitcase weight device is very accurate. Costco has 20 pound bottles with built in gauge which works very well. Beware of add on gauges - there must be a float mechanism inside the bottle to work.


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When it comes to your propane tank, fresh water tank, waste water tanks, and battery health, this type of metering is quite inaccurate. They provide a "rough" idea alone which for many people is adequate. The gauge on the propane tank itself will provide better accuracy, though still not perfect.
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Dusty R wrote:

You might check out Scan Gauge. It is a much better system for knowing how much is in your tanks.
Takes some time to install, but not all that hard.

I have a Scan Gauge. It connects into the vehicle’s OBI port but does not report fuel levels in either the vehicle’s fuel tank nor the propane tank.


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Posted: 05/14/21 02:59am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I had Seelevel gauges on my Motorhome.


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Getting SeeLevel installed on my Phoenix Cruiser in a couple of weeks. Can't wait to get rid of the 4 idiot lights.


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