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Is there a way to run a 11# tank on a Mr.Heater/Cooker?Thanks.

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Yes. They make an adapter that allows you to use 5, 11 and 20# tanks on the Mr. Heater Cooker. Most of the big box home improvement stores carry it as well as the Mr. Heater HSOforum

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That's the setup I use in my Otter Lodge, like cncmike said all you need to do is get the right hose and it's not too hard to find.

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Is it the same hose for the Buddy and Big Buddy ?

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Mr.heater/cooker and the buddy both take 1 lb tanks so the thread will be the same.

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Regular thread to pol hose not the low pressure with regulator.

I had a 5' hose for my heater/cooker but it was too short and I burned a hole in it, not fun when its 20 below and there are flames shooting out of the hose inside the otter.:( Get a 12' hose you'll like the extra length. I keep my 20# tank in a milk crate keeps it off the ice and snow and I can keep an adjustable wrench in the crate to tighten or loosen the nut on the tank end.

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The hose is nice so you can get your tank outside and it gives you more room inside.

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Larger tanks with pressure relief valves should be outside the shelter anyways. Especially when you bring the tank in from very cold outside temps.

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Thanks guys.Just trying to get my ducks in a row before the season.

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