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Old 09-01-2004, 08:59 AM   #1
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I am debating whether or not to move my inside tank. It sweats when the furnace is on. Does anyone else have this problem? Were all the 69 Overlanders made this way?

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Don,
It would not suprise me if yes all 1969 model Airstreams have the same paroblem.
I'm replacing my floor, so I plan on moving my water tank to under the kitchen floor and upping to 45 gallons.
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I'm replacing my floor, so I plan on moving my water tank to under the kitchen floor and upping to 45 gallons.
Tedd,
Can you give us some details-what kind of tank? Insulation? Frame modifications?
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OK,

I am planning on using the tank from Inlan RV. I will have to move a frame cross memeber or two, but I will have a bare frame anyway to get at it to weld. I an assuming that I will have to insulate around, I am using my neighbors 78 as a referance for this side of the "upgrades".
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I am planning on using the tank from Inlan RV. I will have to move a frame cross memeber or two, but I will have a bare frame anyway to get at it to weld. I an assuming that I will have to insulate around, I am using my neighbors 78 as a referance for this side of the "upgrades".
Please be aware that the frame rails on earlier trailer might be narrower ( closer together) than on the 70-on.
I am unsure of the 1969 model, but my 1963 is several inches narrower than my 1971. The tank pictured would fit my 1971, but perhaps not an earlier model.
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