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Old 04-25-2013, 11:32 PM   #15
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your pictures it almost look's like someone stepped on it???
I hope you are still able to go. We bought 2 Carrie tanks 1 is a 7 gal and the other is a 5gal. I know extra weight but I would hate to run out of water.
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X2 on using Eternabond tape to temporarily patch the crack. Although the aluminum type was recommended, I think the regular stuff would work fine too. You can pick it up at most RV dealers. I'd get the 4" wide stuff.
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Old 04-26-2013, 12:48 AM   #17
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your pictures it almost look's like someone stepped on it???
I hope you are still able to go. We bought 2 Carrie tanks 1 is a 7 gal and the other is a 5gal. I know extra weight but I would hate to run out of water.
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It imploded on itself, it seemed I had no air release for the tank, so when it filled it ballooned out and when I drew water from it is sucked in on itself, so it just finally gave way and and said enough already and blew it self out. Son is riigging the new one I bought to fit my rig, so I should be all set soon.
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