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Old 05-22-2008
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actually- four common sizes- 5, 10, and 20 lb tanks are usually for bbq grills and such, and 30 lb. which is generally used for forklifts and such for steel tanks.. Aluminum tanks are usually 6 lb. and 11 lb. Fiberglass tanks are usually 10, 20 and 30 lb. BTW, the 30 lb. tanks shouldn't be used with bbq grills as a general rule, since they don't have a restrictor to prevent liquid propane from getting out of the tank to the device. Liquid propane getting into a grill is a bad thing.

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Originally Posted by TrueBlue View Post
Insignificant nit-pick point, but the 2 standard, refillable propane cylinder size options are, 10 lb & 20 lb, not 5 lb & 10 lb.
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