Propane Fittings?

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Propane fittings are fittings that go over the top of a propane tank. They allow for items to be connected to the propane tank. There are many different sizes of propane fittings that are designed to fit all the different sizes of fittings. Propane fittings also come in different materials such as brass and steel. Some examples of propane fittings include camping propane fittings, propane POL fittings, propane RV fittings, cylinder cap, and inverted flare fittings.
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