Originally Posted by Ohio192
Thanks for the response cleancut39, it helps to know mine isn't alone. I suspect it is supposed to be that way. I tried uploading a pic twice but even though it appeared to accept the pic it hasn't shown up yet.
I sent a pic to forest River and all I got was a stock reply suggesting I take it to the dealer and have them look at it. All I wanted was a confirmation that the tank was built that way (curved bottom) and wasn't a result of a defect.
We love our camper, just wish it wasn't so hard to get information out of forest river.
Just thinking about your verbal description (if a picture comes through that will be a confirmation) we probably share a similar experience. For us, it has not been much of an issue since we travel with minimal fresh water on board - between 6-10 gallons. We end up camping where water is available, so not much dry camping for us - yet.
That said, in another forum I ran across a 192 RBS owner in Ontario, Canada with the screen name "Sound Guy." He has accomplished a number of mods to his rig - including two things to address the very issue you have described. To address the tank sagging, he had his dealer install two steel braces spanning the trailer's frame under the tank to eliminate the sag issue. Further, he also exchanged the existing drain port for his water pump supply line. (This is all from my feeble memory, so apologies for any vagueness in these descriptions!) I would share a link to his pictures, but my bookmark for his site is now broken. At any rate, I think you get the idea.
Hope you enjoy your 192 RBS as much as we have this first year. We only needed a couple's camper, and the floor plan and equipment provided for the money has been perfect for us, and our Ridgeline tows it beautifully. Safe travels!