Originally Posted by guyod
You have to figure in the fact that tanks are only good for 12 years and refill station around me are getting more strict at looking on the date stamp on tank before they refill them. So when they are out of date people take a worthless tank to exchange place and get a good tank mostly filled with propane. Sounds like a good deal to me.
Did that. But now i have to wonder what's the 'break-even' point? How many short fills before the bank gets even?
So, should i just carry my bathroom scale to the deli and weigh the tank before accepting it?