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Old 12-11-2007, 07:25 PM   #1
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Does this appear to be a good fresh water tank?

Does this appear to be a good fresh water tank?........thanks

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Old 12-11-2007, 07:30 PM   #2
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Yes, it does. It should be used exactly as it is pictured though, or on it's side with the large fitting on top to give you fill, vent on top, a suction port on the bottom, as well as a drain port on the bottom. It is polypropylene, so fittings should be "spun" in with a high speed router. Looks like a nice tank if it fits your application.
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Yes, it does. It should be used exactly as it is pictured though, or on it's side with the large fitting on top to give you fill, vent on top, a suction port on the bottom, as well as a drain port on the bottom. It is polypropylene, so fittings should be "spun" in with a high speed router. Looks like a nice tank if it fits your application.
How does one apply the fitting with a router.........thanks
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If the tank works for you in one of it's two positions, then you will not have to change any fittings.
The router has a special adapter, that holds the poly fittings. Then, spinning the fitting over a pre-drilled hole of the correct size into the poly at high speed melts it into the tank without the use of any glue or sealant.
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If you need the fitting locations changed you should be able to get that done at a local RV repair shop. I don't know what they charge but the last time I had it done it was $20 with no receipt .

The price is certainly decent if you can accommodate that size/shape of tank.

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I just received one from the same guy this week and was very impressed with the quality. Good thick walls, quick shipping (and can't beat the price) and very versitile setup with inlet and multiple outlets.
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