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Old 03-16-2005, 05:06 PM   #1
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Updating Tanks (hopefully)

I知 in the process of updating my 62 Globetrotter and am looking to upgrade my systems. One of the areas I知 looking to upgrade is the Gray (nonexistent), Black(Above sub-floor in rear), Holding(leaking 30 gallon tank in the front of the cabin.) tank. I need some help...
Can/How do I replace my old holding tanks under my sub-floor? where do I put them. I'm going to the welder in the next week or so, what do I need to know to successfully implement these systems. Attached are pictures of my frame please feel free too photoshop and repost to help visualize if needed.
I guess, I知 also calling out Andy. What do I need to buy from you to get these systems up and running, I壇 love to give you my money...

thanks everyone for the help
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Old 03-16-2005, 08:22 PM   #2
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There is a lot of information in the "A 63 for me" postings from Uwe...

I am doing a similar conversion/addition and am posting my progress on "1962 Safari"

I am following Uwe's model and added a spot in front of the (single) axle for a fresh water tank, this required moving some crossbraces, adding some reinforcements - I will get rid of the pressurized galvanized 30 Gallon tank and replace it with a plastic tank there - directly behind the axle will be a grey water tank, about 26 gallons, and a new black water tank back where it was originally.

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