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Old 08-24-2016, 04:35 PM   #1
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69 Overlander waste line question

We are replacing the waste line system in the 69 Overlander we recently purchased. What started as 'clean and fix-up' has evolved into a complete restoration project.
The drain line that runs from the sinks and tub on the curb side runs past the dump valve, makes a loop behind the toilet and then returns to the dump valve. Is there a reason for the loop?
Thanks much!
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