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Complete Propane Tank Holder Mounting Kit for 20-lb Tanks - Black

Complete Propane Tank Holder Mounting Kit for 20-lb Tanks - Black

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Easily transport your propane tanks by using the mounting system to attach the tank to your RV. Tank pan can be secured to most towable RVs. Hold-down bar keeps tanks securely in place while your vehicle is in motion. Great Prices for the best trailer cargo organizers from JR Products. Complete Propane Tank Holder Mounting Kit for 20-lb Tanks - Black part number 37220BL can be ordered online at or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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JR Products Trailer Cargo Organizers - 37220BL

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Easily transport your propane tanks by using the mounting system to attach the tank to your RV. Tank pan can be secured to most towable RVs. Hold-down bar keeps tanks securely in place while your vehicle is in motion.


  • Easily and safely transport your propane using the propane tank holder mounting system
  • Black tank pan secures dual LP tank setups on most towable RVs
    • Measures 23-1/2" long x 8-1/2" wide
    • Holds 20-lb tanks
  • Threaded rod securely mounts LP tanks to the tank pan
    • Measures 17-1/2" long
  • Adjustable hold-down bar keeps the tanks in place while your vehicle is in motion
    • Notched bar accepts three sizes of LP tanks
    • Center hole measures 1/2" diameter
  • Wingnut mounts to the top of the threaded rod so that the hold-down bar does not move

07-30475 JR Products RV LP Gas Tank Hold Down Bar

07-30515 JR Products Threaded Rod for 20-lb LP Gas Tanks

07-30535 JR Products LP Tank Wingnut

07-31535 JR Products Standard RV LP Gas Tank Pan - Black

Video of Complete Propane Tank Holder Mounting Kit for 20-lb Tanks - Black

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.

Video Transcript for JR Products Complete Propane Tank Holder Mounting Kit Review

Hi there, RV and camper owners. Today, we're gonna be taking a look at the line of propane tank holders. These are available for either 20 pound tanks like we're showing off here, or with a 30 pound tank model that's gonna be a little bit taller to accommodate for those tanks. They're also available in two colors, black or white. That's gonna be the base. We've got the black one currently installed on this trailer, but here's what the polar white would look like.

If this would better match your particular camper or trailer. So on my camper here, I've got the 20 pound tanks installed. You can see the rod here. The only difference between the 20 and 30 pound tank holder models is the length of your rod here. So you can see here's our 30 pound rod.

It comes up quite a bit taller to accommodate the taller tanks. The base and the other components are gonna be the same because the diameter of our tanks are gonna be the same for our 30 pounds. They're just gonna be a taller tank. So this is nice. With this camper here, I need 20 pound tanks on my camper to fit properly.

But if I had a larger camper and I had 20 pounds on there, maybe I wanted to upgrade in the future, it would be as easy as purchasing just the rod here. And then I could make that upgrade to 30 pound tanks. You can get this rod separately here at etrailer if you do wanna make the swap. And vice versa if you find that you don't need the 30 pound tanks and you wanna go to something smaller to accommodate for more accessories on your trailer, you can get the shorter rod to do that as well. So we've currently got it installed here holding our two tanks.

We're gonna go ahead and start disassembling it so you can see the features of it. The tanks are held in place with the crossbar here. So it does require that you have two tanks in place to hold them down. And the hold down bar has three notches on each side to allow it to accommodate slightly different spacings for your tank. So you can ensure that it's gonna work properly with your tanks. The nut here will then provide pressure to cinch it down into the base. So we're just gonna go ahead and undo the nut on top. We've got it on there nice and snug. We don't want our tanks going anywhere. This component will then slide up. Sometimes it's easier if you take your tank and just lift it up with it a little bit, and then we can slide this out of here. We can then remove our tanks as necessary. We're gonna pull the one off on the right, 'cause I don't have this one hooked up on my camper. I keep the one on the left here for my inside accessories. And I use the tank over here. What's this On your right. For my outdoor camp accessories. So here you can see how it attaches to the base. Now, due to the crossbeams here on my particular trailer, it didn't line up with the pre drilled slotted holes here that you would normally run your screws down and your fasteners. It doesn't come with fasteners. We just used self tapping screws. Now it's no big deal if yours don't line up either. You just want to make sure you check with your tank here. So the bottom of your tank, you can see where it's gonna rest. So I just set it down right in there so I can see roughly where that sits. And a lot of times you can even put a little bit of marks here on the bottom, maybe set it in some mud or something to get a little bit of a ring. And that way, you see where it's gonna rest. So I just went just to the outside of our pre drilled fasteners to run my self-tappers in to hit the beam, but also ensure it doesn't obstruct our tank sitting properly on the surface. Our threaded rod here simply just threads in. There is nothing that secures it on the bottom side, because when we go to cinch it down on top with that top nut, it pulls it up, and then pulls down and the threads hold everything tight. You'll have plenty of length on either side so you can really put it either way. It doesn't matter which way you put it in there. I like to put the sticker at the bottom to hide it. Now you do have a ton of threads there, but I did find that with the rod, if you thread it in too far, that top piece that holds your tanks on may not be able to fit on there properly. So what I did when I was threading this in, I thread it down and I just check to see what we've got down here below. So I really only need a couple of threads sticking through just like that. That's plenty of meat to get us a nice solid connection to store our tanks. And this ill also ensure that we've got plenty of rod length left to be able to get those tanks secure on top. I've gone ahead and removed both the tanks. We can get a closer look at the base and some additional features as well as some measurements for you. You'll notice here that there's this diamond shape cut out. This is gonna face towards your trailer typically, and this is gonna face towards your tongue in the front. And this gives you your opening to be able to feed your lines in, and then bolt on to your regulator. Now our existing bracket and regulator was able to pass through the opening, but some of your brackets and stuff out there may conflict with it a little bit. So what we've got available here at etrailer to ensure that it's gonna work with any setup, you can get rod mounted regulator brackets. So that way, your regulator will mount to that bracket and it just slides over this rod. And when you secure your components down, that'll hold it in place. Now in order to make sure that this is gonna fit on your trailer, and it should on most, they're usually a pretty universal size, but just to make sure, it's gonna be about 23 and a half inches long by about eight and a half inches wide. So you can just make sure you've got that footprint available so you can get that mounted up for your tanks. And that completes our look at the line of propane tank holders..

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Complete Propane Tank Holder Mounting Kit for 20-lb Tanks - Black - 37220BL

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (50 Customer Reviews)

Easily transport your propane tanks by using the mounting system to attach the tank to your RV. Tank pan can be secured to most towable RVs. Hold-down bar keeps tanks securely in place while your vehicle is in motion.


Worked perfect. Replaced my single hold down with this double hold down installed with no hassles.



so far so good easy to install and it made a big difference with two tanks for the long road trips.


Very sturdy, had to drill a couple of holes and it was obvious the metal is good quality. Trailers come in all kinds of configurations so there’s no way they could provide hardware that would match them all. So be prepared to figure out your situation.


Awful. The oval pan didn’t fit into the tray on my RV. OK, who needs it? … I’ll just drill a hole in my tray, use the steel rod and all will be fine. But no … the rod was too short for that to work. So I went to HW store and got a 24” rod. I was able to use the clamp and the wing nut, but nothing else. Junk.


Good quality base; heavy duty. The threaded rod is also heavy duty and OK as a starting point, but mounting the regulator is a bit of a challenge, as well as securing the rod firmly onto the base (I had to buy several additional lock nuts to get the rod to secure tightly to the base, then give something for the regulator mounting bracket to be secured to). It's challenging finding the right hardware to mount the base to the trainer tongue; not sure why they don't include a couple u-bolts at least .. mounting the base to the trailer will be a challenge for you to figure out on your own. Good quality parts and heavy duty, just lacking some pretty fundamental hardware pieces that would make this product so much more useful and easier to install.



Great product! Once you’ve got the installation figured out, the mounting kit works great .. solid, sturdy and hola the tanks down tight .. excellent


Bolted right on. Happy so far.


Easy install and tanks fit accordingly.


Just received the Propane Tank Holder mounting kit, and everything appears to be well made and solid. It does say "Complete" in the product title, but mounting hardware is not included - I knew this going in so I wasn't surprised. I expect that when I install this in a couple of months that all will go well. Good looking product out of the box - I would recommend.



Still looks and works great. Haven’t had any issues, and looking forward to our next trip!


Very sturdy!!! Tough AF. Wish it came with u bolts, and a metal drill bit. THERE IS NO HARDWARE to attach it to your rig.


No issues. Ordering was very easy and it shipped out and I received it in a very timely manner. Thank you.


Came Fast as described no hassle at all thanks


Easy to install


I have a Jumping Jack trailer and the propane tank holder from Jumping Jack is over $200. I bought this to save some money. I installed it this week and so far it looks like it is going to get the job done!


This part was as ordered. There was good communications from e trailer as to delivery date and time. I used the bracket to hold propane cylinders for my water/fire feature for my pool


Heavy build and a nice paint job. Has all the parts in one package. Some I have seen are light weight and bend easy. This one is solid.


This was a direct replacement of the old carrier. Easy.


Works as advertised. Easy converted my single propane to a dual propane. After 1 year it is still holding up well


We are very pleased with the products we ordered snd the excellent customer service received! We will be pleased to order from etrailer again!


Works as advertised. Good stuff.



Item suited my needs perfectly. Would highly recommend.


Very Happy with the Results.


It looks good so far.


Just what I wanted!!!!!




It works wonderfully


On time, quality, always bans up with service and support.


Looks great and exactly what I wanted. Will be installing this weekend.


Exceptional quality and performance!

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  • How Do you Mount the Complete Propane Tank Holder Mounting Kit to the Trailer Tongue
    Yes it is super simple! The Complete Propane Tank Holder Mounting Kit for 20-lb Tanks part # 37220BL is secured to the tongue of the trailer using self tapping screws. #14 self tappers have always worked out really well and they will go into the three slotted holes designed in the base for mounting to the tongue. Any of the three can be used it just depends on where they align on your trailers tongue. The self tappers can be sourced at your local hardware store.
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  • Dimensions Of The Complete Propane Tank Holder Mounting Kit for 20-lb Tanks
    I've attached the dimension pictures you requested for the # 37220BL. Let me know if you would like any other dimensions and I'll get them added in.
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  • Can the Complete Propane Tank Holder Also Hold 11-lbs Propane Tanks
    Yes. You can use the # 37220BL on 11-lbs propane tanks, as well.
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  • Using 30 lb. Bottles With The Complete Propane Tank Holder Mounting Kit for 20-lb Tanks
    The Complete Propane Tank Holder Mounting Kit for 20-lb Tanks, # 37220BL is intended for tanks that have a diameter of 12-1/2" and 18" tall. A 30 lb. propane bottle is the same diameter but is taller, so the rod for the top piece of the hold down clamp is too short for use on a 30 lb. bottles height. The weight of an empty 20 lb. tank is about 17 lbs. or 37 lbs. when full with 30 lb. tank full, it will weigh about 55 lbs. The Tank Holder, # 37220BL, is built for this weight of 2 each...
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  • Diameter of Threaded Rod of Propane Tank Holder Mounting Kit for 20 lb Tanks
    Good question, and the threaded rod is 1/2 inch diameter for the propane tank mounting kit you asked about: - Complete Propane Tank Holder Mounting Kit for 20 lb Tanks # 37220BL This 1/2 inch diameter rod is also 17-1/2 inches in length.
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  • How Does the Complete Propane Tank Holder Mounting Kit Get Installed & is There a Screw-less Option
    The Complete Propane Tank Holder Mounting Kit # 37220BL is going to be best installed using some self-tapping screws. This will be the most secure option. We do not have any sort of metal strap that would be ideal for this. But I would check at your local hardware store. I am sure they would have some sort of metal fastening strap that would work.
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  • Are There Propane Tank Holders Available To Fit An 8" Space Between Crossmembers
    While we don't currently offer a more narrow propane tank mount to fit between your 8-1/8" crossmembers I do have a a possible solution for you. The first being that you mount a board with the same or greater thickness as the vertical portions of the angle iron crossmembers. You can then mount the Complete Propane Tank Holder Mounting Kit for 20-lb Tanks # 37220BL to the board and wouldn't have to worry about the width.
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  • Space Between Tanks on the Complete Propane Tank Holder Mounting Kit
    Because the Complete Propane Tank Holder Mounting Kit for 20-lb Tanks, part # 37220BL, is designed to work with three different sizes of tanks, I can't say what the distance between the two tanks you choose will be. However, I can tell you the spacing of the area between the resting areas of the tanks to give you an idea of how large that is. It is 7.2 inches as you can see on the picture here.
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  • Replacement Mounting Kit for Propane Tanks on a 2012 Jayco Jay Feather 23B
    It sounds like you're needing a whole new mounting kit for the propane tanks on your 2012 Jayco Jay Feather 23B: - Complete Propane Tank Holder Mounting Kit for 20-lb Tanks # 37220BL - Complete Propane Tank Holder Mounting Kit for 30-lb Tanks # 37230BL You just need to source the mounting hardware and then you should be able to reuse the mounting bracket for your regulator and you'll be good to go!
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  • Propane Tank Holder for Single 20 lb Propane Tank
    We do have one option for holding a single 20 lb propane tank, which is from Stromberg Carlson. - Single-Bottle Liquid Propane Gas Rack # 2020-JR I have added a link below to a video review for you to check out as well.
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  • Propane Tank Holder for Jayco 145RB Camper
    Actually, using the # 37220BL tank holder which is purposely designed to hold two 20lb tanks on the trailer tongue would likely be a better option. The Rhino Rack # RRRGBH4 is designed to mount to a roof rack mounted platform, and does include installation instructions, which I've linked for you. The tank holder is designed to clamp to a slat on the platform that's about 3/4 of an inch thick by 6-1/2 inches wide. I'm assuming you'd mount this to the trailer tongue. In order to do this,...
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  • Are There 30 lb Propane Tank Holders
    Yes, we have 30 lb propane tank holders, and you can choose from either white or black in color: - White: Complete Propane Tank Holder Mounting Kit for 30-lb Tanks # 37230WH - Black: Complete Propane Tank Holder Mounting Kit for 30-lb Tanks # 37230BL
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  • Complete Propane Tank Holder Mounting Kit for 20-lb Tanks
    For your 20 lb tanks you want to use the kit # 37220BL instead of part # 37230BL that you referenced. The only difference between these kits is the length of the threaded rod that the hold down bar and wingnut attached to. The shorter one is used for 20 lb tanks while the larger is for 30 lb tanks. If you want the option to swap between tank sizes then you can get the 30 lb kit # 37230BL and then also get the shorter threaded rod # 37207-30515. You can see this demonstrated in the attached...
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  • How Can I Mount a 20 LB Propane Tank to a Trailer Hitch on my Camper Van
    I might have an idea worth considering, but unfortunately I'm not aware of a product like what you are describing. It sounds like a cool idea though. I can't take full credit for this idea because I saw it on an overlanding blog, but he took a basic hitch cargo basket like part # C18145 and bolted a dual propane tank rack like part # 37220BL, to the bottom and this gave him the ability to carry a ton of propane with him when he stayed out for weeks at a time. This combination would put...
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  • Parts Needed to Connect Auxiliary 20 lb Propane Tank to Dual Onboard Camper Tanks
    I appreciate all the information! The part I recommend using is the MB Sturgis Sturgi-Stay T-Fitting w Hose - Type 1 Valve - Quick Disconnect, Disposable Cylinder Ports # 103615. The Sturgi-Stay T-Fitting will connect in-line between one of your onboard tanks and the regulator, via its pigtail hose, as shown in the attached diagram. The red (Type 1) fitting on #103615 connects to the tank valve and the pigtail from that tank connects to the brass side of the T-fitting. The included...
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  • Propane Tank Compatibility with Firman 10,000 Watt Generator
    You can absolutely use a 40 lb tank with the Firman 10,000-Watt Portable Generator - 8,000 Running Watts - Propane or Gas - Electric Start # 333-H08051 you asked about. The reason why we often give a solution for two 20 lb propane tanks using an automatic changeover like the Camco Automatic Changeover 2-Stage Propane Regulator for Dual Propane Tanks # CAM59005 is simply because that is what is standard on camping trailers and that will give you uninterrupted use without getting a different...
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  • Propane Regulator Recommendation for Burner Stove and Water Heater on Pop Up Camper
    Something like the Camco Vertical 2-Stage Propane Regulator # CAM59313, rated for 160,000 Btu/Hr, would have enough "umph" to get you what you need, but you also have to check the rest of your propane lines and connections to make sure they are rated high enough as well. Popup campers typically don't have many propane connections which is likely why you need a separate tank system. While you're in the mindset of upgrading your system I do recommend converting your single 20# tank system...
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  • Parts Needed To Switch To Dual Propane Tanks On A 2022 Forest River R-Pod Trailer
    To switch your 2022 Forest River R-Pod over to two propane tanks you'll need to start with the base. You can use the 20lb tank holder # 37220BL you were looking at or a 30lb tank holder # 37230BL. These can be bolted to the trailer tongue. Once you have the holder in place and the tanks you can then install a dual-stage automatic changeover regulator like part # 37207-30395. You'll also want to pick up a mounting bracket # 37207-30405 to attach it to the tank holder. You can run pigtail...
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  • Are There Any Manual Changeover Dual Tank Propane Regulators Available
    Since we don't currently have a manual changeover regulator the easiest option to essentially make it manual would be to simply use a automatic one like the MB Sturgis High Capacity Two-Stage Auto Changeover Regulator # 888001-MBS you were looking at and just simply open only one propane tank valve at a time. You could run both tanks to a manifold with separate cutoff valves and then to a single tank regulator like you most likely have, but you'd be adding additional components, taking...
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  • Propane System From Scratch For Custom Trailer
    Much of this project will need to be completed with threaded iron pipe, flexible copper tubing, and fittings for iron and copper. We do not carry those parts or have expertise in that specific area. However, we can provide you some of the parts that you are going to need. Your two propane tanks will need a place to be mounted on the trailer, usually up on the A frame tongue of the trailer. The common solution is a JR Products # 37220BL Propane Tank Mounting Kit. The mounting kit will...
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  • Upgrading To Dual Propane Tanks On A 2019 Jayco Hummingbird Travel Trailer
    To start if you don't already have a place to mount the two tanks you can use the Complete Propane Tank Holder Mounting Kit for 20-lb Tanks - Black Item # 37220BL. This mounting kit will mount directly to the frame on your trailer. Then you'll need a dual tank regulator like the Compact Low Pressure 2-Stage Automatic Changeover RV LP Gas Regulator # 37207-31525. It comes with an indicator to show you when your tanks are running low and easily switches over to the other tank. You'll use...
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  • Hoses and Regulators Needed to Add Dual Tank Propane Setup to Trailer
    I attached a picture that shows what the typical dual tank setup looks like with the accessories needed labeled. First thing you need is pig tails to go from the tanks to the regulator like the part # 100473-12. Then for a dual tank regulator with automatic changeover we have the part # 37207-30395 that each of the pigtails would connect to. Then for a 12 foot long extension hose that would plug into outlet of the regulator you'd want the part # 100040-144-MBS. From there you'd connect...
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