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    Quote Originally Posted by st3v3 View Post
    Hi,

    Who's cheapest for refillable cylinders at the moment? Do we get any discounts? I can't see anything in the discounts bit, but I'm sure I remember Phil saying we did.

    Thanks.
    Try Avon Autogas at bedminster, they came out to me and fitted on my drive, l found they were the cheapest in the area, ideal for you.
    Very helpful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmc View Post
    Steve....have a look at Getgas in Bristol. Best prices I've seen .
    Quote Originally Posted by rockape View Post
    Try Avon Autogas at bedminster, they came out to me and fitted on my drive, l found they were the cheapest in the area, ideal for you.
    Very helpful.
    That's quite funny, these are both the same people and the ones I've just been looking at

    Prices do seem good, and great as it's close to me. I'll give him a ring on Monday.

    Cheers.

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    Or read some of Vwalans posts

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tbear View Post
    Or read some of Vwalans posts

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    He says a fair bit - do you remember any details?

    Cheers

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    He is a little controversial in his views but basically he believes that any cylinder which you exchange as a refill you can refill yourself. He has a large gas tank at home for his central heating and a lpg pump so it is easy for him to do safely but he has often posted advise on how to do it and which adaptor to use at various outlets in various countries. If you have a question, I'm sure he would not mind if you PM'ed him.

    It may take a while for him to reply as he tends to winter abroad so may not have internet access all the time.


    Richard

    Basically all you may need is something like UK Bayonet LPG Filling Point Filler to Calor FLOGAS Bottle LONG Adapter | eBay and a gas cylinder. As I said though, controversial
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    hi. some use this type as well . makes it look better.
    actually these days i tend to just use spanish or moroccan bottles far cheaper than filling up . leave maroc with a full one and then leave spain with two full bottles lasts till i go again.
    many have been filling bottles since the 70,s that i know . its not a new idea.
    also you can get american refillable bottles very cheap from yank importers .

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    Quote Originally Posted by vwalan View Post
    hi. some use this type as well . makes it look better.
    actually these days i tend to just use spanish or moroccan bottles far cheaper than filling up . leave maroc with a full one and then leave spain with two full bottles lasts till i go again.
    many have been filling bottles since the 70,s that i know . its not a new idea.
    also you can get american refillable bottles very cheap from yank importers .
    Hi Alan,

    I hope you didn't mind me using your name.

    I have not heard about the American ones?

    Richard

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