Maybe a stupid question...

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Maybe a stupid question...

Postby thissy » 23 Jan 2010, 11:27

Hi all... Midway through my conversion, and I have what may be a really stupid question. My camper has an LPG conversion already fitted, but can I run my cooker, fridge, propex heater etc from the same tank? It seems silly to cart around an extra gas bottle when I already have a large gas tank in the van. I realise that the gas in a gas bottle is different from LPG, but is there any way I can 'tap' into my LPG system and run these things from the same source? I obviously wouldn't attempt to do this myself, :shock: but would seek the help of the professionals.

Help or advice would be greatly appreciated.

Cheers!
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Re: Maybe a stupid question...

Postby 72BUG » 23 Jan 2010, 13:15

There's been a few threads on this subject which you can find by using the search bar up there ^^^

But the simple answer is no.
Martin.

Diesel is an engine not a fuel.

I liked camping so much I went full time.
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Re: Maybe a stupid question...

Postby thissy » 23 Jan 2010, 23:06

Thanks for that... Looks like it's back to plan B... Wood burning stove next to the LPG tank! :wink:
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Re: Maybe a stupid question...

Postby 72BUG » 24 Jan 2010, 07:33

thissy wrote:Thanks for that... Looks like it's back to plan B... Wood burning stove next to the LPG tank! :wink:


Sounds like a great idea. :lol:
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