Yes, you can swap out the snap on gauge for a remote ready gauge.
Yes, this tank is actually designed to be mounted to an RV. It does not need any additional certification, ASME is the standard certification required. It is the same as DOT but DOT needs to be re-certified every 12 years. ASME doe not need to be re-certified.
The distance between the 2 mounting brackets, as measured from the center of the bolt hole to the center of the same bolt hole location on the other bracket is 46 inches There are 3 mounting holes on each bracket. Each hole is approximately 1″ x 1/2″
This tank weighs 98 lbs empty.
As long as you have a long enough hose you can position it wherever you want.
Legally yes but you need to make sure your stove can hook up to propane. There are propane delivery services, just call them first to make sure they service your area.
Thank you for bringing this error to our attention. It should be "14.9 in". This will be corrected shortly.
Every gallon of propane is approximately 4.2 pounds.
Yes, the propane refill trucks should be able to fill these no problem. It doesn't hurt to call them to be sure but these are standard ASME tanks used in food trucks and RVs all over.