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Old 10-04-2011, 06:53 PM   #1
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Adding an additional Fresh Water Tank?

I am wandering if anyone has ever added a fresh tank and how you secured it in the basement? I have a 2011 Ventana.

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Question do you dry camp?
8lb's a gallon x size of tank could put coach total rated weight over limits.
You may have to add a pump if its down below chassis rails.
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A little more detail of what you are really trying to do and why might get better responses.

Have you considered a portable bladder? Stores easily when not in use.
Something like: New World Mfg - Portable RV Fresh Water Tank: 45 Gallon - Pumps & Tanks - Camping World

Generally, grey water dumping on the ground is frowned upon, so you might consider 2 of these bladders, paint the fittings on one so as not to mix them up.
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