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Old 10-07-2014, 12:58 PM   #1
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Water, holding tanks capacities for 1984 Holiday Rambler Ambassador travel trailer

I cannot find anywhere in our 1984 manual the capacities for our fresh, grey or waste waters. Can anyone help? Monaco National Parts could not.

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Measure the length width and height. Multiply the H X L X W. This will give you cubic feet. multiply the cubic feet by 7.48 to get gallons.

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