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Old 03-20-2007, 08:08 PM   #1
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Black/Grey water tanks 1968 Overlander

This may be a little bit of a stupid question but can someone tell me what the gallonage is on the black and grey water tanks (if it has both) on my '68 Overlander? I also would like to know what the gallonage is on the fresh water tank.

A diagram of the layout would be most helpful.

I am converting the AS into a different kind of use and part of the process carries some particular requirements of amount of water on hand and waste water capacity vs. fresh.

Any help would be much appreciated.

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no grey tank at all, if it is ''stock" configuration. They didn't start adding them until 1974. don't know the other capacities, but someone will...
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My '66 Tradewind (24') has an 11 gallon black tank. No grey. They did come until '74.
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This may be a little bit of a stupid question but can someone tell me what the gallonage is on the black and grey water tanks (if it has both) on my '68 Overlander? I also would like to know what the gallonage is on the fresh water tank.

A diagram of the layout would be most helpful.

I am converting the AS into a different kind of use and part of the process carries some particular requirements of amount of water on hand and waste water capacity vs. fresh.

Any help would be much appreciated.

Stu
The black tank is about 11 gallons.

The water tank is 30 gallons.

68 Trailers did not have a gray tank.

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Old 03-22-2007, 07:43 PM   #5
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Thank y'all for the info. Kinda figured I would need to add some dirty water holding.

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