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Old 11-28-2014, 01:19 PM   #1
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Holding tanks

In my 5th wheel they are held up straps then the underbrlly is installed. Assuming you'd do the reverse to get them out. What about a truck camper though. I have no dealers anywhere near me to look at a camper. I would think the bottom of the basement perhaps? Am trying to get my ducks in a row. Thanks

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It really depends on the manufacturer. Many newer campers have a raised floor with the tanks built in to the "basement" area. They aren't accessible without removing the layer of wood on the bottom of the camper.

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On my camper, 2012 Camplite 10.0, the tanks are small, exposed & hanging off the back. They have changed the way they do the tanks on newer models.
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on a bigfoot they are on the bottom (except for the fresh water) and are accessed from below thru a removable panel.
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