How to transport 20 lb propane bottles in RV

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mike_b42

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I need to carry a 20 lb propane bottle for a grill. I don't want to carry the bottle in the RV, and thought that it would be easy to find a bracket of some sort that I could bolt to the rear fender or other place so I can carry the bottle safely outside. Apparently not so. Has anybody else had that problem? What is the best solution?
 

STANDERSON

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We carry one in a plastic milk crate, stored with the grill. Not a perfect set up but reduces the possibility of theft.
 

Joe Goodxrvn

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Kevin D Pem

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Or as a last resort/first option, however you want to say it you can install a external hose quick disconnect for your grill to use it outside of the RV. If we are talking about TT you can carry the tank on the roof top carrier of your tow vehicle. Don't really know what you need because you have not given enough info.
 
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