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Brinkmann Propane Tank Gauge 56QP, $4.49, Free Pickup YMMV

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Last Edited by BeAuMaN August 10, 2016 at 09:17 PM
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This Brinkmann Propane Tank Gauge features a multi-color dial to clearly indicate propane levels and a solid brass fitting for durability. Installation is easy and requires no tools. 56QP
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Thanks!
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Check out the reviews on Amazon before jumping this... it looks to be highly inaccurate.
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Check out the reviews on Amazon before jumping this... it looks to be highly inaccurate.
Is it safe to use?
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God dang it, Bobby.
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my grill has an inbuilt one, that shows approx propane remaining, based on weight

i always run it till it emptys anyway and if i need to continue cook, i just move stuff to the oven or stove
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my grill has an inbuilt one, that shows approx propane remaining, based on weight

i always run it till it emptys anyway and if i need to continue cook, i just move stuff to the oven or stove
Or you could stop using tank exchanges and inconveniencing yourself and top it off ever so often at a gas station or tractor supply and only pay what they put in...
Also these are not accurate at all propane is stored in a liquid state air pressure is not how you measure propane only by weight can you determine how much you have
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Or you could stop using tank exchanges and inconveniencing yourself and top it off ever so often at a gas station or tractor supply and only pay what they put in...
Also these are not accurate at all propane is stored in a liquid state air pressure is not how you measure propane only by weight can you determine how much you have
I used to do that always, but have since moved. still in las Vegas, but the locations that offer this service are too far for me

yeah I know those things aren't accurate but they are a useful indicator
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God dang it, Bobby.
A "D" in English? Bobby, you speak English!
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my grill has an inbuilt one, that shows approx propane remaining, based on weight

i always run it till it emptys anyway and if i need to continue cook, i just move stuff to the oven or stove
I just keep a spare tank, never run out. Worth the extra$20 or so to not to run out.
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How long will this last?
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How long will this last?
I bought one from Costco that lasted a few years before it started leaking... on its own... not from being bumped or anything... which sounds like a scary failure to me
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I bought one from Costco that lasted a few years before it started leaking... on its own... not from being bumped or anything... which sounds like a scary failure to me
OH!! Ok. Thanks
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Quote from gentry.d.stacy View Post :
Or you could stop using tank exchanges and inconveniencing yourself and top it off ever so often at a gas station or tractor supply and only pay what they put in...
Also these are not accurate at all propane is stored in a liquid state air pressure is not how you measure propane only by weight can you determine how much you have
or you could just keep a spare tank in the shed... still only fill when it's empty and not have the inconvenience of topping off a tank that doesn't really need to be removed, put in the trunk, drove to the store, removed from the trunk, topped off, put in the trunk, drove home, remove from the trunk, and reconnected to the grill.
skipping all those needless steps is well worth the cost of a backup tank.
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I just rob mine from the camper when the gasser runs out. Refill at U-haul and stick it back on the camper. The camper does have one of these gauge things, but I've never actually looked at it. No idea if it works or not.
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