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Old 01-16-2011, 11:04 PM   #1
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After Market Holding Tank Level Indicators

Has anyone installed any of the aftermarket fluid level indicators on their RV's? I have nothing at the moment and would like to add a reliable system. I've seen the See Level II system out of Texas and Alberta and another from Austraila. I need to see how reliable they actually are at doing what is claimed by the manufacturer.

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See Level is one of the best out there. You won't be disappointed with them.
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I went with SeeLevel. Works very well.
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Old 01-17-2011, 09:56 AM   #4
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Replacing the OEM units with See Level II is on my list of things to do.

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Another vote for SeeLevel. That was one of the first additions we made when we first bought our motorhome 6 years ago. Check them out at rvupgradestore.com, one of the sponsors of iRV2.
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From everything I've read so far SeeLevel would be the system I'd install if I ever install a back up system in the future.

The factory system I have now is a petty irritant
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I installed Horst Miracle Probes a year or so ago ...priced much less and they use the original wiring, etc.
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I installed the Seelevel Model 707 in my MH the originals hadn't worked in years used the original wiring was easy and everything works now
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I guess I'll go with the See Level System as there are no holes to drill into any of the tanks. Again thanks to everyone who responded.
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