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LanternGnome
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Does anyone know if these two tanks can be swapped using a different generator ?
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And what generator would you be putting in which tank?
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413h into 425f tank
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Sorry Carmine that I haven't responded yet. I am not sure.

If you have the 413 gen and 425 gen lay them on a table next to each other and check the length. If the thread length is the same, and diameter is close, I'd try it. My guess is the 425 gen is narrower and maybe shorter. Remember the pricker rod has to thread into the valve as well.
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Thanks!
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No, the 413H is a longer generator. Edit: should have read the whole thread. The 413h tank is not interchangeable with a 425 tank.

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