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avrg.joe

Propane accessories

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avrg.joe

Anyone know of a good place to buy accessories for portable heaters? (Hoses, spliters)
Thanks

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Pig_sticka

how bout strickland propane smile.gif
had to do it lol
my name is hank hill and im the assistant manager at strickland propane. i sell propane n propane accessories.

for that stuff i would think fleet farm would have some of that stuff atleast, or maybe your local menards.

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Ishmel

I wasn't very impressed with the selection at Mills. I thought they'd have everything, but they only had a few choices. If you live near St. Cloud, I would try Handyman Hardware on the east side, otherwise the local hardware store should have at least as good a selection as Mills.

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RangerDog

GanderMountian has most of what you need for the Mr. Heaters.

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Ret-ro

Northern Hydraulics should have what you need.

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Harmonica Bear

Anybody know where you can pick up the stand you put on the bottom of 1lb propane tanks? I lost one for coleman lantern.

Thanks.

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Benny

Harmonica bear, Fleet farm in Brooklyn Park has them.Walmart in Coon Rapids did have them but I didn't see them last week.
Or you could go to Coleman web site and buy them there as well.
Benny

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Swill

Does anyone know where you can get propane "t"s so I could run my propane northstar lantern and mr. heater off the main tank?

The mr. hearter would be on the ice with a hose connecting it to the tank and the tee would split running upward to a gas line connecting to the lantern.

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The Chemist

Menard's in Maple Grove had a huge supply of Mr. Heater accesories yesterday when I was there. Give them a call or your closet Menards.

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cmpeterson1

Menards will have everything you'll need.I've built at least 10 set ups that run off of 10lb-20lb tanks,run the northstar & buddy heater off 1 tank.I got the idea at the ice show few years back.email me with your number,cmpeterson1@aol.com

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