Looking to add a 2nd tank

silgni

Member
Jun 30, 2021
11
Hi all,

My 2005 Fleetwood Yuma has the ability to carry 1 20lb tank on the tongue. I want to add a 2nd 20lb so I can leave 1 on the tongue for the furnace and take 1 off to run my bbq and camp stove. My current tank is held on as shown in the picture, but I can’t seem to find what these rods are called or where to buy them. Can anyone help me out? I would rather buy 2 cheap rods and drill a couple holes instead of buying a $100+ dual tank carrier. Thanks!
 

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jmkay1

2004 Fleetwood/Coleman Utah
Oct 10, 2013
7,490
Northern Virginia
I got my J hooks on ebay. Did a search for propane J hooks for popup. At least on my popup I already had the holes on the tongue to secure the bolts so not sure if yours do or not. I have discovered not all propane tanks are made the same and had to manually adjust the bend on the hook to work for my tank. Hopefully you don't have that problem.
 

jbalash

New Member
Jun 15, 2007
5
Buy the “J” hooks and drill into the angles like the original or get all thread and drill holes into the angles like the original.
 

silgni

Member
Jun 30, 2021
11
Thanks everyone, those are exactly what I’m looking for. Unfortunately they don’t seem that easy to get in Canada, shipping costs as much or more as the item. If anyone has info on where to get them in Canada that would be great.
 

rob.mwpropane

Active Member
Aug 11, 2021
285
Your pictures look like a pain in the butt to remove a tank? I've never used those. If you did get another tank on there wouldn't a T be easier? Just use a long hose to go to your appliance?
 

silgni

Member
Jun 30, 2021
11
Thanks that might be the way to go after all. The j bolts are a huge pain to get on and off.
 




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