Yeah I have pretty much decided that the 30 lb tank has to go, not necessarily because of weight, but because of the lack of flexibility. I may want to have the camp kitchen set up a ways away from the tent, but this propane setup wouldn't allow for that. Since I already poneid up the cash for these saftey chains I think I will be using them for a while, thank you for the suggestion though I will have to keep it in mind.A full 30 lb. propane tank is going to be pretty heavy. Great progress so far! I used NOS M416 safety chains on my T3-C Bantam, they are longer and worked great plus they are super cheap. Did you have to enlarge the hole for the LED brake lights?
As for the break lights, I am not sure what the original setup should have been since someone had clearly modified it and replaced one of the brackets with some kind of flimsy 20 ga steel mount. One of my light holes looked light it was cut open with a acetylene torch. I did have to open them up a little, because the recommended hole size is 4 and 1/2 inches for these particular lights. They are Blazers that I picked up at the local farm supply store.