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Old 08-02-2009, 08:29 AM   #1
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I been sorcing the rest of my propane parts and found this place its alot cheaper then the name brand guys.... anyone have any other places to get good parts .... the tank brakets are half price of every place I looked
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I use these guys here.

http://www.nashlift.com/

I bought all my mixer, lockoff and regulator thru them. All Woodward stuff except the CA200 mixer, it was Impco. I got some fittings from Nash but I was not pleased with them....bunch of plastic junk and alot of reducers and bushings. There

Bruiser has a good place to get all the fitting and such. They are up north somewhere. I got all my fittings from them. You call and tell them what mixer, reg and lockoff you got and they send you what you need. They know there stuff.

I think Mudgod and I got a set of tank brackets from Helmar, I cant remember.
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I use these guys here.

http://www.nashlift.com/

I bought all my mixer, lockoff and regulator thru them. All Woodward stuff except the CA200 mixer, it was Impco. I got some fittings from Nash but I was not pleased with them....bunch of plastic junk and alot of reducers and bushings. There

Bruiser has a good place to get all the fitting and such. They are up north somewhere. I got all my fittings from them. You call and tell them what mixer, reg and lockoff you got and they send you what you need. They know there stuff.

I think Mudgod and I got a set of tank brackets from Helmar, I cant remember.

Mmm good to know I have all the big stuff I was mainly lookin at there Alum tanks and brakets but I was planin on some fittings and such I'm sure ... I guess I will look else were for em ... anyone use these tank brakets ???

http://www.helmarparts.com/product_p/tb-2.htm


or these tanks


http://www.helmarparts.com/product_p/5560a.htm


can anyone tell me if propane lasted as long ad gas in there rig ??? I use @6 gal a day now so I thought one 8 gal propane a day would work??
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I have those brackets, but I havent installed them yet. I got mine off ebay from nashlift for $54 shipped. I think they last as long as gas, I would go through a bottle(8 gal) a day in my yota with a 22r.
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Kling On, Im pretty sure that Helmar is where we got my tank brackets cause they were the cheapest...very nice quality to boot. Mudgod came over to my house and stole my two brackets for his buggy and then ordered me two. He also got a tank and he might have got it from Helmar also. Might shoot him a PM. I couldnt tell much about fuel usage cause I would run mine down pretty low and then swap it out with Mudgod since he ran two tanks. I would just do it when everyone kinda stopped for whatever so I didnt hold up anyone running out of fuel.
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Kling 0n,I did a couple of tests with my 22r,i was getting about 110 miles on a normal fork lift tank running 5:29's with 35" tires,and on the trails it lasts all day w/o any problems.
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I have those brackets, but I havent installed them yet. I got mine off ebay from nashlift for $54 shipped. I think they last as long as gas, I would go through a bottle(8 gal) a day in my yota with a 22r.
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Kling On, Im pretty sure that Helmar is where we got my tank brackets cause they were the cheapest...very nice quality to boot. Mudgod came over to my house and stole my two brackets for his buggy and then ordered me two. He also got a tank and he might have got it from Helmar also. Might shoot him a PM. I couldnt tell much about fuel usage cause I would run mine down pretty low and then swap it out with Mudgod since he ran two tanks. I would just do it when everyone kinda stopped for whatever so I didnt hold up anyone running out of fuel.
but did you run more then one day on a tank ?
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i dont have any proof but it feels like i get a little less milage with propane, do remember you can only fill the tanks 80%. if your only going to get one i would get the bigger one. it sucks running out at the end of the day wich is when i would always run out but yes i have a 350. then you have to mount two and that takes alot of space.

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I planed on 2 8gals with the floor cut out to lower them down
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Kling on are you going to run propane on your 2f? I wish I would have known about helmar when I was doing the switch. Saved to favorites
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I would love to read a write-up on it when you did it. Prolly going to put the pane on my friends cruiser.
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dont know that I'll do a write up... mines junk yard parts and pieced together but I'll work on some pcs and let ya know how I like it after my first run
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I'm fixing to drop a 4.3 in my Yote and I already have the 425 mixer. I plan to run two 8 gal. tanks.
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