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Old 06-15-2008, 06:00 PM   #1
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1967 Overlander WW tank

I have made a number of seaches and can't find the info I'm looking for. Can someone post the dimensions for a WW tank for a 1967 Overlander.
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Old 06-15-2008, 06:04 PM   #2
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What do you mean by WW tank?
Your Overlander will have a Black Tank under the floor in the very rear, and a Fresh water tank somewhere in the front, depending on the layout and model.
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I am refering to the fresh water tank located under the Gaucho.
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I just put a new tank in the front under the goucho of a 1963 Globetrotter.
Measuring the dimensions will give you the most capacity. The tank in the Globe is close to 30gal, and was purchased from Ronco Plastics in Tustin CA. It is listed in their Marine tank section, for some reason. $ 240.00 or so...complete with all fittings.

Measure the width of the area the tank will reside in, then from the front wall to teh begining of the rear drawer section. Then, measure up to the bottom of the slide rails for the pullout mechanism. That's your basic dimension. I would subtract a half inch or so, maybe even a full inch, for wiggle room.

The new tank is made from polyethylene, and is rectangular. You might have a round galvanized tank under there now, or maybe a poly tank, take a look....
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Old 06-15-2008, 06:26 PM   #5
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Thank you. There is no tank at this time so I will have to start new.
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