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shadow886

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who in town (brainerd) fills up propane tanks. I have both a 20lb and 5lb. Can't trade the 5lb. The 20 lb I got is also to nice to trade for old rust bucket.

I tried a few gas stations and mills. with no success.

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I think Ace hardware fills them. The old checkered flag near BIR fills them. Just a couple of ideas for you

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Ace does not fill anymore. The Checkered Flag does, but they are only 13.99 for exchange and about 16.00 to fill, for a 20 pound. The Holiday gas on the east end of town also fills but not sure about price.

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by lum park?

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Not far from Lum. Lum is on hwy 210, you need to go north on hwy 25, it's right across the street from what was Potlatch. Probably no more than 2 miles from Lum.

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