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Old 11-03-2014, 02:00 PM   #1
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Enclosed Tanks Vs. Enclosed Underbelly

Looking at a new Grey Wolf 26RL and the invoice said enclosed tanks , but how is that compare to enclosed underbelly ? You could see foam insulation had ozzed out at seems, but the rest of the undercarriage was just the mesh fabric i'm used to. Which is best ???

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Fully enclosed belly will give a better R-value for all 4 seasons...had it in our Denali TT

Enclosed tanks are good for cold weather camping to avoid tank freeze and is better than nothing.

Fully enclosed might be more expensive...it's an owner decision.

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I believe seal's migrate toward enclosed tanks. ;o)
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