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Old 04-07-2017, 05:05 PM   #29
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my buddy at work said it would break something. That's why I ask.
Your buddy is wrong. Your trailer is actually made to carry a full tank of water (otherwise, why would it be there?).
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my buddy at work said it would break something. That's why I ask.[/QUOTE]

Your buddies partially right. On some builds they don't support the tank very good. I've got a full width piece of 2" angle iron that spans the width of the frame attached under my fresh water tank. If yours is built right you should have zero issues.
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Thanks everybody for all the responses. I feel better knowing that y'all travel with water too.
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