Dang, that’s going to put a real damper on my recreational camping plans. My goal was to stay away from +100f days and stay below +70 @ night, preferably below 60…and be safe down to maybe +20f. My propane tank won’t be the only thing failing if I ever park where it’s -45f. but I respect that some of you have much bigger (winter) goals. I guess I’m a wuss.When deciding between an inside vs outside propane tank, it is important to remember that the outside tank will fail you when you need it the most.
When the temperature drops to around -40F the liquid propane in the tank will not be able to convert to gas. It won't work until the propane warms up.
This problem disappears with an inside tank, as long as the inside is kept heated.
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