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Propane Tank Storage

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Propane Tank Storage

Postby At_Last » August 5th, 2014, 1:40 pm

Hi All-

I recently acquired a 76 Carver Santa Cruz 28, but for the life of me, I can't seem to locate where the propane tank is stored on her for the galley stove. There's a copper tube fed into the supply of the stove, but I can't see it running fore or aft. Typically, these have a 3 gl bottle - my thought would have been on the starboard side of the engine compartment, but I am not seeing a line or regulator. Any tips would be appreciated!

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Re: Propane Tank Storage

Postby g36 » August 9th, 2014, 9:53 pm

is this a diesel boat? surely no gas boat would have this in an engine room BOOM BOOM!!!!!
what ever it is i dont think you would find propane storage in and engine room i would be looking in a storage locker outside somewhere
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