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Old 07-20-2017, 09:56 AM   #1
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SeeLevel sensors-tank dimensions

My Wildcat is currently in NZ and I'm now in the US, wanting to buy a SeeLevel 709-4 sensor system and take it down with me. My question is about the various heights of the tanks -- fresh (56 gal), black (50 gal), grey (50 gal), galley (50 gal), so I can purchase the correct sensors/senders. Does anyone know the approx. dimensions? Also I'm hoping none of the tanks are metal, as the sensors won't work with metal tanks. Thanks!
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Old 07-20-2017, 06:14 PM   #2
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Don't waste your money. They all stop working sooner or later. My black says it's full all the time. Just figure out a way of knowing when they are full. Mine is in a permanent park. I know I need a pump out every ten days. I have switched to doing it myself with a 45 gal tote tank. I dump to the tote tank every Saturday. I run gay and galley to the ground.
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Seelevel probes you cut to length. I had one for several years and worked perfect.
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Hi Todd,
Here's what the website description says about the model I'm looking at, the 709-P4. Note there are different lengths of sensors (6", 12", 16") depending on the height of the various tanks, so I'm asking what the various tank dimensions are for the gallon sizes I've noted, so I can choose the right sensors to buy:

  • Measures tanks up to 12 inches tall with a single sender or 24 inches tall with dual senders
  • Note: The 12" 710-ES can be exchanged by the 6″ 710JS or 16" 710SS Senders.
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Measure your tank
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Old 07-21-2017, 11:32 PM   #6
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Measure your tank
His tape measure won't reach from US to NZ.
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Old 07-24-2017, 10:13 PM   #7
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My Wildcat is currently in NZ and I'm now in the US, wanting to buy a SeeLevel 709-4 sensor system and take it down with me. My question is about the various heights of the tanks -- fresh (56 gal), black (50 gal), grey (50 gal), galley (50 gal), so I can purchase the correct sensors/senders. Does anyone know the approx. dimensions? Also I'm hoping none of the tanks are metal, as the sensors won't work with metal tanks. Thanks!
Getting ready to install this in my 2015 312QBX. I ordered the short strips as all 4 tanks in my unit are about 6" tall. Probably the same for you, but don't know for sure. You can always get the 12" strips and cut them, you just lose some resolution, but should still be much better than the 3 points the stock system uses, when they are working...

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