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Old 11-18-2015, 03:26 PM   #1
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What does your tanks hold????

I have just bough my first Class C MH and having no idea what my Fresh, gray and black tanks hold I would like to see what other Class C's hold.
I know that there are different sizes for different manufactures but I would like to know what others have.

Mine is a 1984 23' rockwood
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Old 11-18-2015, 10:47 PM   #2
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60 gallon fresh, 35 gallon black, 35 gallon fresh. Fleetwood Jamboree.
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Old 11-19-2015, 09:18 AM   #3
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Our '13 E450 Sunseeker has 55 gallon fresh, 8 gal hot water heater, and 35 gallons each of black and gray.

My folks on the other hand had an '87 Tioga that I'm fairly sure had 35 gallon fresh and smaller waste tanks but unfortunately I can't ask them anymore what size they were.
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Unfortunately, unless someone else has the exact same year, length and submodel, you'll never get a definitive answer. If the fresh tank is mounted inside, under a bench you can measure length, width and height. From this you can get the volume and calculate the capacity. You can pour 5 gallon pails of water down the sink and watch for it to bubble out the shower drain. You can do the same with the toilet.
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Old 11-20-2015, 10:38 AM   #5
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I Know that but

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Unfortunately, unless someone else has the exact same year, length and submodel, you'll never get a definitive answer. If the fresh tank is mounted inside, under a bench you can measure length, width and height. From this you can get the volume and calculate the capacity. You can pour 5 gallon pails of water down the sink and watch for it to bubble out the shower drain. You can do the same with the toilet.
I just wanted ton get a concusses of what is being produced. I plan on selling mine in about a year and want to know what is on other models.
I want to upgrade to a newer model.
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