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CNG refilling in Georgia? Alabama?

Greetings all. I use CNG on my Crealock 34. Am looking for a place that refills the tanks. I did find a Chevron station that is set up to refill automobiles but the attendants did not know how to do a tank. The auto refill is a "Snap On" type fitting while the tank is a screw on. Anyone have an ideas? Thanks.
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try these guys in Atlanta, or use this website to try and find someone closer.
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Thanks. I will give thema call tomorrow.
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Thanks Sailingdog. I had the pleasure of sailing with Hank Jordan earlier this year in Destin and he has an absolutely beautiful Crealock. More importantly he was quite the gentleman, well educated, interesting, and a very good sailor. I did try to find CNG for Hank and I made a bunch of calls with little luck. I hope this lead pans out! CNG just never took off in the US but it is still a very promising energy source.
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ty looking for a "home heating oil" place, many homes use CNG for furnaces, (make sure you tell 'em CNG at least 3 times, NOT PROPANE!)
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hankjordon I also have CNG on my 34 catalina.Go to the 34 catalina association website then to projects,there is an adapter with instructions on how to make one as well as how to use it at CNG filling stations.

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CNG adapter

Where would a person purchase an adapter as mentioned?
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Go to catalina 34 association.Look in projects,there is list of needed parts to make adapter and how to use.
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