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Old 05-10-2021, 09:23 PM   #1
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Fresh water tank location

I have a 2021 Brookstone 398MBL by Coachman. Can anyone tell me if the fresh water tank is located in front of, or behind the axels?

Don’t know if this is an indication of the location, but when the tank is full, the overflow vent is in the back behind the axels.

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I am not 100% sure but I believe on most 5th wheels they are behind the axles. Both the over flow & drain is usually in the very back that is why I say that.
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Agree as well; most likely behind the axles since the galley, gray, and black tanks are typically under or nearly under the drains they serve which are ahead of the axles for most floor plans. Rationale is that doesn’t leave much room ahead of the axles for the fresh h2o tank, plus behind the axles will save some pin weight.

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