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Old 09-29-2013, 08:44 AM   #11
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I have this camper and love it. It has a 30 black, 30 gray and a 48 fresh, though there is also a galley tank has well, though no seperate valve for that and I'm trying to find more information on that. (You will notice a galley tank check button on the guage panel in the bathroom. ) also the sink in the outside kitchen goes into the blakc tank, so if your not connected to a sewer line, just be alert of running the outside sink alot, your black tank will start to fill up quicker.

As for the sliders, I haven't noticed any wear and tear on the bottoms of ours, though I've been reading alot of issues on the lacrosse slides, but so far the tracer is fine
Thanks. I've come to the same conclusion as you for the slides as I have not seen the Tracer be mentioned. My dealer told me it is 30◊2 for the graywater I'm just hoping he's right. He said it's two tanks that go into one and they Fill up at the same time and that it equals 60 total gallons.
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Old 09-29-2013, 08:52 AM   #12
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yeah my dealer told me the same thing. You will notice a "galley' guage on the panel, that "tank" is for the kitchen only and overflows into the grey tank and the toilet only goes into the black tank (of course) as well as the outside sink.

Welcome to the PT Tracer club!! We love ours so far, its fits all 5 of us quite nicely
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Old 09-29-2013, 11:20 AM   #13
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yeah my dealer told me the same thing. You will notice a "galley' guage on the panel, that "tank" is for the kitchen only and overflows into the grey tank and the toilet only goes into the black tank (of course) as well as the outside sink.

Welcome to the PT Tracer club!! We love ours so far, its fits all 5 of us quite nicely
Thank you! Six days to delivery and we are excited. It is so nice having fellows owners to share and question. We have been grateful for the outbackers forum since 2006. Many useful suggestions and solutions have been received.

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I contacted Prime Manufacturing and have confirmed that the 3200 BHT has a total of 60 gallons of gray water capacity that feeds into one tank. 60 gallons of gray water makes much more sense to me in a rig that large than a 30 gallon capacity of gray water. If anyone was saying this in a reply I apologize I just wasn't understanding and I do thank you for the replies! It is also my understanding the 2014 tracer slide outs were manufactured with the newer design so hopefully the slide outs won't be an issue. I will keep an eye on them since I know this is an issue! Thanks to all for your replies!

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It is also my understanding the 2014 tracer slide outs were manufactured with the newer design so hopefully the slide outs won't be an issue. I will keep an eye on them since I know this is an issue! Thanks to all for your replies!

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Really? My 2013 tracer did not have the slide wear problem. Fabric bottoms and or taped ends is the prob. Keep a on it. Did they say whats new about it?
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I have this camper and love it. It has a 30 black, 30 gray and a 48 fresh, though there is also a galley tank has well, though no seperate valve for that and I'm trying to find more information on that. (You will notice a galley tank check button on the guage panel in the bathroom. ) also the sink in the outside kitchen goes into the blakc tank, so if your not connected to a sewer line, just be alert of running the outside sink alot, your black tank will start to fill up quicker.

As for the sliders, I haven't noticed any wear and tear on the bottoms of ours, though I've been reading alot of issues on the lacrosse slides, but so far the tracer is fine
Which Prime Time--Slide outs have underside wearing
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