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Old 04-06-2013, 10:46 AM   #15
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Its a 2006 TT--if the axles were hitting the tank, it would be history. Even it its not the tank we see, there is no evidence of the axle hitting the 'tank'--Hipshot may have it correct, its an underbelly of some type.
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Old 04-07-2013, 08:25 PM   #16
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the fresh tank (first pic) does have an underbelly. but while i cannot confirm this, i believe the tank to be resting on the other side of the underbelly. the gray tank is definitly just a tank with no underbelly. when it is empty it is about 1 1/2" above the axle, its only when its full that it is abnormally close. luckily i normally haul it empty. that being said i hauled it about 90 miles yesterday with it just like it was in the pic (until i got to the CG and could dump it) and it didnt rupture the tank
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Old 04-10-2013, 12:58 AM   #17
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anybody else have this issue? any problems long term? my fresh tank when completely empty is like 1/16" above the axle, and when any water is in it it rests on the axle. well, the belly of it does anyways. the graywater tank has a little more room when empty but when full it also touches the axle. this cant be good but im wondering how many, if any, others do this??
Nope, does not sound good. Go to a trailer/ spring dealer to get your back end set up better. That is the best idea.
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