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2.6 Gallon Composite Remote Propane Tank


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Model # 15043649 | Mfg # LPT11

Product Description

Translucent fiberglass propane cylinders allow easy inspection of the remaining fuel level. Up to 30% lighter than steel these seamless composite tanks meet all DOT, TC and ISO specifications. Seamless, woven inner vessel utilizes Derakane™ epoxy vinyl ester resins and E-Glass fibers to achieve a tensile strength in excess of 200,000lbs. Durable polypropylene copolymer outer carrying case eases handling and protects the UL-listed Type 1 OPD valve during transport and installation. Compact, flat-bottom assembly is stackable, fits conventional propane lockers and since it can never rust, will not leave rust stains at site of installation. 2.6 gallon. 11lb. Three-year warranty.


2.6 Gallon Composite Remote Propane Tank

Type Propane Tanks
Warranty Details Three Years
Weight 11 Pounds

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LEHR 2.6 Gallon Composite Remote Propane Tank

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came with the motor.

By Pastor Harm

from Gloucester Point, Va

Verified Buyer

Comments about LEHR 2.6 Gallon Composite Remote Propane Tank:

Good stuff, impossible to find fault with it.

Service and delivery comments:

Came with the motor free delivery, WOW

  • Was this a gift?:
  • No

(12 of 12 customers found this review helpful)



By scgator2001

from Jax Fl


  • Can See Liquid Level
  • Doesn't rust


  • Date Code

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    Comments about LEHR 2.6 Gallon Composite Remote Propane Tank:

    The date code on our tank is 1209. We got it last year after the first tank was recalled. We had to have that destroyed at our expense (certified letter) and then WM (actually LEHR) gave us a rebate.

    The replacement tank obtained last year has a date code of 1209. OF COURSE the propane refillers think the manufacture date is Dec of 2009 instead of September 2012.

    Apparently we are going to have to have the tank recertified (at our expense) after ONE YEAR OF USE! The tank should require recertification every 5 years. LEHR will not provide us a letter to correctly interpret the date code on the tank even though we requested it at the Miami Boat show.

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