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Old 04-12-2005, 01:50 PM   #1
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Holding tank support

I have a '74 Overlander (27') rear bath. The aluminum sheet that goes between the 2 subframes in the rear has started to sag, so I decided to replace it. Once it was removed, I noticed alot of rust on the angle iron frames that appear to be supporting the holding tanks. (There are 2 of them and they are hinged on the front). My question is, Is this the only support for the holding tanks? Because of their decaying condition, I'd hate to see my holding tanks in my rear view mirror!

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