This American made Worthington Steel 20 lb. propane tank has easy-to-grip handles and includes a built-in gas gauge that measures how much propane you have at all times. This tank is great for all propane-fueled appliances, gas grills, camping trips and more.
came quickly however both tanks were shipped in the same box and one was dented to the point I was afraid to use it...have had this issue before with other items and have always been aggravated trying to get a satisfactory resolution....sold it to a lawn service man for $10.
Great 20# propane tank and shipped promptly. The packaging could be improved. The box was a bit flimsy and it was beat up a bit. The tank did not appear damaged but I checked because of the packaging damage.
If your tank is completely empty, we should be able to add about 4.6 gallons under normal weather conditions. Again, that is if the tank is completely empty.
Sorry. We do not offer for sale a 60 gallon propane tank on uhaul.com.
It is not filled with propane.
Hello. I turned this question over to our Propane Program Manager. He will be contacting you via email regarding your question. Thanks.
Please contact a local Uhaul propane center. http://www.uhaul.com/Locations/
"Please provide us your mailing address and we can have a replacement gauge sent to you." Please don't add you address here. Email issue to firstname.lastname@example.org. Reference the issue you have noted. Thanks.
It is not included but can be found here: http://www.uhaul.com/MovingSupplies/Safety-emergency/Tankfoot?id=3284
"There are two clips holding the acc-gauge on to the valve, one that holds the gauge on vertically and another along the horizontal axis. At this time the way the accu-gauge is designed it cannot be flipped to fit on the other side."
Our propane program manager writes: "Yes the tanks U-Haul gets from our vendors are equipped with the new overfill protection device and would shut off when it is tipped over."
No. Sorry. We do not.
Laura, a standard 20lb. propane tank holds anywhere between 4.5 and 4.8 gallons of propane.
Jeff, the gauge is an add on but is most definitely not cheap for flimsy in any way.
It absolutely is!
Find which U-Haul locations stock this tank in your area by clicking the "Pick up in store" button in the green box to the right of the product pictures.
Enter in your zip code and you will be shown the locations closest to you that currently have this tank. You can even order it online so it's waiting for you when you go in.
Thanks for asking!
Gracias por su pregunta. Desafortunadamente por reglamentos y por razones de seguridad durante el transporte todos los tanques que vendemos vienen vacios.
A U-Haul store can take your old tank for a fee of $10.00 to dispose of hazardous waist. Yes we do sell 30 lb cylinders. You can order them on uhaulpropane.com
The gauge is fixed to the tank. You will not need to do anything to the gauge or the tank got the gauge to work.
The tank has an opd valve with a QCC fitting for your BBQ. It also have a POL fitting with a reverse thread if needed.
The attachment that hooks up to an OPDGAG can be a POL fitting or a QCC fitting.
Hi Donald. The cost to fill your tank depends on the price of propane in your area. The best way to find the cost would be to find a location near you through our propane page.
No. This tank is vacuum purged from the manufacturer.
Hi Elayne. OPDGAG 01/05 needs to be re-qualified to be filled. Your cylinder is good for 10 years from the manufactured date on the tank.
Hi Julie. The manufactured date can be found on the outside of the collar, which is the piece of metal that surrounds the valve.
U-Haul does not sell the valve and gauge. If you were to buy a new valve and gauge for your 30 lb. cylinder, you would need to take it to a location that re-qualifies propane cylinders to change out the valve. The cylinder would have to be qualified and recorded with the DOT after the valve has been changed. We do sell a 30 lb. cylinder with a gauge. The retail price is $114.95.
Hi, Jim! Yes, we can dispose of your tank. However, we charge $10 to dispose of the hazardous waste. Thank you!
Hey, Wally! No, this tank is not full of gas when it arrives to you (it arrives empty). To fill it with propane gas, please visit your local U-Haul Center that sells propane. Thank you!
Hey, Eric! This is entirely dependent on propane pricing at the location you are getting your tank filled at. Please contact or visit your local U-Haul Propane Center for more information on the pricing of filling your 20 lb. tank. Thank you!
Hello! The largest propane tank we sell is our 100 lb. Steel Propane Tank, capable of holding just under 25 gallons of propane. Thank you for asking!
Hey, Shannon! The 1-year limited warranty covers manufacturing defects. Thank you!
Hi, Amanda! The answer to your question depends on your location. If you enter your zip code in our Propane Location Finder, you will be shown a list of locations near you and also their current price per gallon on propane. I hope that is helpful!
Hi, Jeff! Yes, this propane tank is approved for travel trailer use. Thanks for asking!
Hello, Charles! No, U-Haul only provides propane, not butane. Thanks for asking!
Hello, Craig! A 20 pound propane tank holds about 4.5 to 4.8 gallons of propane. Thanks for asking!
Hey, Michael! The cost would depend on the pricing of propane at the U-Haul center you choose to fill your tank at. The U-Haul Moving & Storage of Waterfalls has propane currently priced at $3.19 a gallon (which does not include tax). A 20 pound propane tank holds between 4.5 and 4.8 gallons of propane, so you could estimate the cost to fill being somewhere between $15-$20. Keep in mind that pricing per gallon of propane can vary day to day and by location. I hope that is helpful!
Hey, Louis! a 20 pound propane tank holds between 4.5 to 4.8 gallons of propane. I hope that is helpful!
Hello, Jeffrey! This tank, OPDGAG, which is recommended for gas grill applications, is $29.95 USD (42.95 CAD). Thanks for asking!
Hi, Mark! The 20 lb. propane tank with gas gauge is $29.95 USD ($42.95 CAD). Thank you for your question!
Hello, Kassan! All U-Haul propane tanks are purchased empty. I hope that is helpful!
Hello, Martha! No, the tanks are purchased empty. To fill it with propane, you will need to visit your local U-Haul Propane Center. Thank you!
Hi, Jeffrey! U-Haul does not currently recertify propane tanks. Thank you!
Hello! The tank is purchased new but you will need to take the tank to a U-Haul Propane Center to fill it with propane. Thank you!
Hi, Cher! Propane pricing varies based on location. To see current pricing at a U-Haul propane center near you, please visit the Propane Refill Station Finder and enter your zip code. Thank you!