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Old 03-14-2013, 02:24 AM   #1
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Default Where to Fill CO2 and propane in Omaha

Hey all, I've had access for a while to get my CO2 for about a buck a pound, and a buck a gallon for propane, it was through a family member who will have greatly reduced access to those now. Where does everyone fill their CO2 and propane?


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Old 03-14-2013, 02:37 AM   #2
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Linweld...over by 84th and F St


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5 pound tank and 20 pound propane
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5 pound tank and 20 pound propane
Sorry, what do they charge for those sizes if you know. Thanks!
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I can't remember exactly.....around 20 bucks for a 5 lb co2 tank. You give them your empty tank and they swap it with a full tank. Not sure what they charge for propane.
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Tractor supply off irvington does propane for 1.99/gallon. UHaul also fill propane but its ~3.40/gallon.
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I use General Fire and Safety for my CO2 fills. They fill my tank, don't require an exchange. I have a 10 lb tank, and it's around $16 for a fill.


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