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This is a bit off the topic of gas heating, but thought it might be the best place to ask. Here goes, I have a cabin in the middle of no-where, no electricity or running water. We have a small propane tank up there that was used to supply the gas lights, refrigerator, and oven. The supply lines were 1/4 flex copper from a manifold to each point of use. Since its not located close to anything it was a prime target, and over the winter all our copper was stolen. Granted for the small amount actually needed to run to the components it won't cost a ton to replace in copper, but its more the irritation factor of having to replace it at all much less at the start of every spring if this becomes a trend. I know that black iron can be used, but its 45-60 min to the closest hardware store, and if I didn't get my measurements dead to rights the first time, could make for a lot of trips to town. Are there any other newer options that might fit the bill? Thanks!