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Old May 21st, 2014, 11:15 PM   #21
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That would make a nice lawn roller.
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Can't transport them with much propane in them. Not sure the amount.
Not more than 5% in any tank larger than 124 gallons.
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Old May 22nd, 2014, 11:00 AM   #23
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Not more than 5% in any tank larger than 124 gallons.

I know but I'm also lying in Honchos world.

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Old May 22nd, 2014, 04:19 PM   #24
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Not more than 5% in any tank larger than 124 gallons.
Oh man maybe I should turn in the propane company for delivering it full!! How in the world did the people that do it for a living get away with it??? So many questions!!!!!!!
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Old May 22nd, 2014, 05:30 PM   #25
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Oh man maybe I should turn in the propane company for delivering it full!! How in the world did the people that do it for a living get away with it??? So many questions!!!!!!!

Because cops don't know the laws.;).
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Cops deliver propane???? Holy cow!!!!!! I thought they delivered pizza's!!!!
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Old May 23rd, 2014, 04:57 AM   #27
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That's what I do for a living. Cops deliver doughnuts!
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Old May 25th, 2014, 08:09 PM   #28
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So do you want to buy it?
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Old May 25th, 2014, 09:57 PM   #29
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How much for 17% of the remining 5% of propane. I have cash and Wampum
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Old May 27th, 2014, 02:43 PM   #30
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Yes, you could hook it to your BBQ, and if it was full you would never, ever have to buy propane again.
How much for you to deliver it full and hook it up? I don't want to fill it after delivery.
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Old June 3rd, 2014, 09:37 PM   #31
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I really want to sell this, so I need someone that really wants to buy it
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Old June 4th, 2014, 05:34 AM   #32
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I need to get a weight on it? I have a line on one right by the cabin, (Kalkaska) having it tested here this week if it fails I will be calling you. Do you have a way we could load it on my trailer?
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I need to get a weight on it? I have a line on one right by the cabin, (Kalkaska) having it tested here this week if it fails I will be calling you. Do you have a way we could load it on my trailer?
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Can the tank be converted to natural gas?


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Old June 8th, 2014, 08:23 PM   #35
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Scrapping this weekend
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You can transport them full...they delivered it full
This is true if you are licensed, placarded, properly insured. If you are not. It is illegal to haul over 60ish Gallons (iirc) of propane. I can get the exact number if you're interested later.
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Default 330 gallon propane tank

Something I read.

Any thing over 119 gallons requires placarding, labeling, proper tie downs, a CDL with Haz Mat endorsement, proper shipping papers, etc. That's Federal Law. I was a DOT Trooper for the last 6 years of my career. Talk to a gas company and see what they'd charge or a trucking company that moves Haz Mat. Doesn't matter if the gauge reads "empty", unless it's certified flushed by proper authority or brand spanking new and never had gas in it, it's considered HazMat. You can check your State law to see if there's some loophole that might allow it through your State Police or whomever does your Commercial Vehicle enforcement, but I'm betting you're better off letting a pro move it. Be advised the fines can reach up into the tens of thousands of dollars.


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I have friends that fill tanks and have had propane most of my life. Propane company's have always said empty or close to it. They have pumped mine out to move. The most I've heard of is 10%.
When I bought mine I got papers that stated it was empty- but used. The dealer had a yellow bag on filler/ gage and other caution material on it.
But mean while in hch's world...,
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Old June 13th, 2014, 02:06 PM   #39
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Something I read.

Any thing over 119 gallons requires placarding, labeling, proper tie downs, a CDL with Haz Mat endorsement, proper shipping papers, etc. That's Federal Law. I was a DOT Trooper for the last 6 years of my career. Talk to a gas company and see what they'd charge or a trucking company that moves Haz Mat. Doesn't matter if the gauge reads "empty", unless it's certified flushed by proper authority or brand spanking new and never had gas in it, it's considered HazMat. You can check your State law to see if there's some loophole that might allow it through your State Police or whomever does your Commercial Vehicle enforcement, but I'm betting you're better off letting a pro move it. Be advised the fines can reach up into the tens of thousands of dollars.


My 2 bits
I have friends that fill tanks and have had propane most of my life. Propane company's have always said empty or close to it. They have pumped mine out to move. The most I've heard of is 10%.
When I bought mine I got papers that stated it was empty- but used. The dealer had a yellow bag on filler/ gage and other caution material on it.
But mean while in hch's world...,
Would tell you they delivered it full, I watched them take out my old tank and set this one down. I know it's hard to understand but it is true. And btw msp motor carrier officers are not real cops and don't know shit
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Propane company is going to give me $700, I will let anyone have it for that. I would rather sell it to someone than let them make money off of it. So $700 it is, or I sell it back to the propane company for $700
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