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Old 03-21-2018, 05:43 PM   #1
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Black water gauge.

I am not positive but I think that my gauges are a little off. I know how to adjust them but was thinking of a easier way of filling the tank with a water hose and looking down into the stool. I know the spec for the black is 45 gallon tank. Wouldn't it work if I bought a 13.00 hose attached water meter that reads gallons put the hose through the stool and shut it off at 45 gallons. then make the adjustment to the gauge? Just an idea.
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Old 03-21-2018, 06:32 PM   #2
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I would just do as you said and I did when adjusting my two black tanks look down in hole as you use the coach with flashlight and adjust the reading gauges as the fluid rises allowing some room before it even gets near top, in case you forget to check your gauges some morning.
In most cases you would probably empty tank before leaving a CG anyway to cut down on the weigh you do not need to carry to next stop.
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