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refilling propane

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does anyone know anywhere to refill propane around wasec, owatanna? im getting sick of paying $27 for exchanging, the local elevator used to but dont anymore.

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In Faribault, Faribo Farm and Home by Wally world. I know it is not OWA or Waseca but that as close as I know.

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thanks wool1 but that is too far north for me i drive straight west to waseca, and was looking for something on the way

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Amerigas in Downtown Owatonna. Or Central Coop (Cenex) in downtown Owatonna. They are actually across the street from each other.

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k thanks

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spotsman stop in waseca 15 dollars it is on hwy 13

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If you ever make it to madison lake Reel Fishing and tackle has propain refills. There cheaper than anywere else I have seen. Plus I heard there are some great deals going on there!!

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D&M construction behind amerigas fills propane. They're right on elm st. I would say they are the cheapest in Owatonna.

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In Waseca it's exchange at Walmart or KwikTrip or fill at Congden Feed store or Sportsman's.

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thanks hardwater guy i'll try them.

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Sounds like it's worth a trip to Reel Fishing and Tackle. Check out their offer!

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