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    You can get an adapter to hook a big tank to a Mr Heater or anything that uses a small bottle for that matter. Just make sure you close the valve on the tank when your not using it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Musket Man View Post
    You can get an adapter to hook a big tank to a Mr Heater or anything that uses a small bottle for that matter. Just make sure you close the valve on the tank when your not using it.
    Thanks MM, that would work slick!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Musket Man View Post
    You can get an adapter to hook a big tank to a Mr Heater or anything that uses a small bottle for that matter. Just make sure you close the valve on the tank when your not using it.
    My sister does uses the adapter and it works well. she has the Mr. Heater in the deer stand and the tank on the ground.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mnhoundman View Post
    Thanks MM, that would work slick!
    I forget where I got it now but its a hose and 1 end has a fitting that screws into a big tank and the other has an end that screws in where a small bottle would fit. Ill get it out and see if I can find a make or anything on it if you cant find one.

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    They make a metal tree that hooks right to a propane tank(we use a 10 gal) you can put a lantern on top and run a hose to the mr. heater, or we use the big mr. heater hooked directly to the tank in the big wall tent and use the tree for the lantern and the cook stove on a 5 gal tank in the cooking area. I can't remember the brand of hoses off hand either, but we have two different brands. (actually I think it's a coleman and a century, same with the trees{posts}.

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    My camp is above 10,000 ft. Never have had any problems with propane. I bowhunt mostly in Aug./Sept. so I've not had too many super cold nights. Running a generator all night isn't something I'd want to do for electricity. Even a small Coleman generator makes too much noise for me. I like to hear the elk bugling during the night.

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    You can buy the hoses & adapters at wal-mart or just about any other sporting goods store. Coleman & Ozark trail make both of them.
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    Thanks for all the info!

 

 

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