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Old 05-22-2012, 07:17 PM   #1
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Combo shower/potty and black tank

Ok so u have one of these that came with the cloud from the PO.

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On the bottom there is a sticker that says this.

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I am not sure what the screws are supposed to be used for.
Has anyone installed one if these that would give some tips on using mine?
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Old 05-22-2012, 08:19 PM   #2
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I think that the manufacturer is letting you know that any screws that are used to secure the tank (through a flange perhaps?) must smaller than the hole drilled in the tank. That would be to prevent what I would call point loading where the screw acts like a wedge and splits the tank.
That is my best guess....
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Read my old thread on the rebuild of this trailer when I talked about the pan/tank. Someone has one in their trailer, and replied about it.
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After reading those post on the pan Steve all I can really see is how to vent the tank. What I need to know is how do I secure the take to the pan.
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Are you going to use the box I fabricated to go with it? It gave the support needed.

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I will rebuild the box the same way you made it out of solid wood to prevent swelling and yes it supports very well. I am concerned about the tank not being real tight against the pan.
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Theres gotta be someone out there that has used one of these.............................
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