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Old 05-23-2019, 12:48 PM   #201
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Those lines look pinched, I would definitely drill through the 2Ē sub frame and run the metal lines through the holes.
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How do you replace these with metal lines when you see there really is no space to run them. Do you drill through the frame and run metals lines that way? Hoping Bob Miller will chime in. Attachment 341444
If you do go back with metal lines through the 2" tube, then you will need to ensure you have access from above should you ever need to drop the tank. With still lines connected through the 2" tubing to the tank you can't just drop the tank, you would need to disconnect the fittings first.

I used steel lines on my tank install but didn't have the same clearance issues you're facing. Pretty crummy deal for Airstream to install them like that
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If you do go back with metal lines through the 2" tube, then you will need to ensure you have access from above should you ever need to drop the tank. With still lines connected through the 2" tubing to the tank you can't just drop the tank, you would need to disconnect the fittings first.

I used steel lines on my tank install but didn't have the same clearance issues you're facing. Pretty crummy deal for Airstream to install them like that
I fully intend on adding an access hatch for the sending unit.
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