Refillable Steel Propane Cylinders-30 lb. / 7.1 gal.

Catalog Item # 56056 Members Only Special

Propane tank for grills, RVs, camping and more.

Technical Specifications

23.05 lbs.
24 inches tall

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 3 stars based on 11 reviews (3 Based on 11 Reviews)

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  • Comes pre-purged (3)
  • Very well built (2)
  • Ready to fill (2)
  • The tank won't release the gas when hooked up (1)

Damaged goods

by Anonymous – November 03, 2015
1 out of 5 stars

I ordered two of these tanks for my 5th wheel. They arrived on time but both tanks were damaged, one more than the other. The tank

Nice, larger 30 lb. Propane Tank

by Roy Young – August 20, 2015
4 out of 5 stars

I purchased this tank a little over a year ago and kept it in storage until I needed it. I received it in a somewhat damaged condi

Damage Due to Improper Packaging

by Kenneth McHone – December 16, 2012
3 out of 5 stars

The product is fine. It was the packaging I have an issue with. On both cylinders, due to poor packaging, the valve guards were

Another good purchase from Camping World

by John Friday – May 14, 2014
5 out of 5 stars

I ordered two of these tanks for rotational purposes for my camper and my gas grill. I always have a full tank at home so that w

Good tank

by John Swain – December 11, 2013
4 out of 5 stars

I received the tank with no damage and it operates like it should. No problems.

by Anonymous – February 19, 2018
Circumference: 37.7"

Diameter: 12"
by Camping World – February 20, 2018

The regulation is that a tank must be recertified 12 years from the manufactured date, then every 5 years from the first recertification.
by Camping World – May 23, 2016
Bought a 2016 Cruiser RV Shadow Cruiser S240BHS. Trailer came with two 20# propane tank. Want to upgrade to two 30# tanks. Besides a new tank cover, will I need a longer screw to keep these securely attached to the base? Thanks,
Between a 20# and 30# tank, the collar diameter and height, as well as the foot ring diameter generally does not change. However, the diameter of the body and overall height does tend to differ pending on how the tank manufacturer fabricated said tanks. If your propane mount uses a center rod and hold down tee configuration for the mount, yes you may need to get a longer rod to compensate for the height of the 30# tanks.
by Camping World – March 08, 2016

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