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Old 05-01-2013, 07:37 AM   #1
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Fresh water tank on 2006 Silverback

I recently ran into an issue with my fresh water tank that may be important to some. The fresh water tank was held up by three flexible light aluminum straps. In the picture perfect world the tank also is "suppose" to rest in somewhat of a support frame. I blew two of three straps just filling tank to rinse it. I was not even in motion and the tank fell through the bottom. If under your specific unit take a look at what supports your tank because it will be a real issue if it happens on the road. Not a bad idea to add a little more security to the support of the tank. Just food for thought.
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