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Old 10-09-2011, 10:32 PM   #1
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Fuel Tank Size?

I have a 1990 Pinnacle, 28ft class A.
454 chev engine and Chev chassis.
Trying to find out the size of the gas tank in it.
Have not gone on a long trip yet.
Put $78.50 in it 3 days ago and at $3.45 a galon it doesn't take long to use up a hundred bucks. Anyway just trying to plan.
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Old 10-09-2011, 10:37 PM   #2
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Found this----it says 80 gallons for this one.
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The Pinnacle was built by Thor Industries West and you should have either a 75 or 80 gal fuel tank.
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Old 10-10-2011, 09:46 AM   #4
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Thanks for the info. I was thinking around 70.
We took it a month ago for the first trip. Went about 60 miles to a state park and then back. I think I put about $50.00 in it then. I had put $75 in when we bought it and drove it home about 100 miles. Then just last Thursday we went to lake geneva wi, which is about 100 miles from us and stayed the weekend and I put $78 in it and it still wasn't ful so I was just wondering what size it was. I have no product info on the Pinnacle at all. Most everything works good. Had to replace board on gen but not too bad. Sure wish I could figure out how to make the remote start work for the generator. That's the last project I have to do yet. Again, Thanks for the info.
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Good luck with getting all the glitches fixed, it will take time but eventually you will get everything working as it should.
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I have a 1990 Fleetwood Pace Arrow and I needed to know the size of my gas tank and other tanks as well. I search the internet and found nothing finally I contacted Fleetwood and gave them my model and year and how long it was and got a specification sheet e-mail to me. Maybe you can fine your manf. and get a spec. sheet from them..Goodluck..BC
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