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Old 08-10-2015, 03:49 PM   #1
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Find Beaver Fresh Water Tank?

Hey guys,

Last winter I was in Denver and my water pipes froze. I filled my fresh water as usual but over filled it. Since the overflow froze I ended up exploding my water tank :/

Soo... I need a new one. I'm in a band and we leave for tour in about a month. We have the cash to buy and install a new one but no one can find the part. And manufacturing one will take longer than the month we have.

Any clues on finding the water tank?

Or getting one made asap?

I'm in Sacramento, CA by the way.

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Old 08-10-2015, 06:26 PM   #2
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RV Water Tanks | RV Fresh Water Tanks | RV Potable Water Tanks

Here is a site that lists a variety by gallons and dimensions. You may not get one exactly the same size. The above link states they will install custom fittings. Measure your current tank and make note of all the fittings by location and size.

Since you are replacing go ahead and take it out and take pictures.

Also, you may do a search for plastic welding, the tank may be fixable.
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