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Old 05-23-2016, 09:18 AM   #21
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gravity fill rv water tank fitting

On my old Toyota Class C, I had to replace the gravity fill fitting (it broke at the neck). It should be a reasonable simple task to retrofit one of these fittings into the plumbing of the holding tank, i.e. I think someone mentioned "T" it into one of the vent lines.

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Old 05-23-2016, 06:26 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by Modmike View Post
On my 364 there is a clear overflow tube with a loop attached to the top of the fresh water tank. It WILL siphon if the loop is full of water. Holding tank overflow is in my shower, yuck!

The tank does bulge from the top when full so maybe we are sort off getting rated capacity. I am looking for a slightly bigger tank that will fit through the door but no luck yet. May get up to 75 gallons if lucky, the stock 50 gallon one is ridiculous.
When I said holding tank I was referring to the fresh water holding tank not grey water holding tank. The loop evidently does not work for your coach.

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