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Old 02-05-2018, 02:16 AM   #11
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Also remember propane is heavier than air will collect in the lowest place on the bus. If that area does not drain it could be a fire hazard.
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Originally Posted by Iceni John View Post
Some of NFPA 1192's stipulations are of questionable relevancy to self-converted buses, but its requirement to mount propane tanks or cylinders between the wheelbase makes sense to me. It always makes me very nervous to see, let alone drive anywhere near, RVs and campers with propane cylinders on the back bumper - what would happen in a collision there?

If some drunk T bones your bus, the lower skirting on the bus isnít gonna protect the tanks. Your going to have to build a steel cage to hold the tanks to protect them if your worried about someone hitting you.
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