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Old 05-28-2012, 11:45 PM   #1
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Size of holding tanks?

We bought a 28' 1997 Wildwood and we love it. But we cannot figure out the capacity of our holding tanks. We have two greys, one black, and a fresh water. The manual is absolutely useless!! Any one know?
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Old 05-29-2012, 12:24 AM   #2
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Welcome to the Forest River Forum! Do you which Wildwood model you have?
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No I don't and I don't know how to find out! It is a 28' bumper pull with a super slide out.
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Old 05-29-2012, 12:39 AM   #4
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No I don't and I don't know how to find out! It is a 28' bumper pull with a super slide out.
Until someone else comes by with more experience let me ask some questions to see what I am able to find out. It's a long shot but worth trying, if you don't mind.

How do you know if it's a 28' trailer? Did you see it listed somewhere like on the outside by the entry door? On my trailer there is a sticker there with the model information. There's also a white sticker on the driver side of the trailer that will have the information too. It can be a little hard to locate if you are not familiar with it.

With it being a older model the sticker might be inside a cabinet door in the kitchen.
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Hmm, just put the trailer in storage today so can't look at the sticker. How do I know it is 28'? It was advertised as a 28' and we measured it. Had no reason to question it (until now!)
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Hmm, just put the trailer in storage today so can't look at the sticker. How do I know it is 28'? It was advertised as a 28' and we measured it. Had no reason to question it (until now!)
My unit is 20RBXL. Until recently I thought it was 20' but FR has it listed as something like 17' on the website. Some people measure the outside lenght while others will measure the outside + tongue & bumpers. Don't worry - I'm just trying to verify the 28'. I still working searching this for you so hopefully it won't take much longer unless I get bumped off the internet again.
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many trailers have a number in its model number, that people assume means its length.
this is almost never true. my Roo 23SS is actually almost 25' long, not 23' long.
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Sorry but I came up empty handed. As mentioned earlier there are members here with more experience that might be able to do some magic and locate the information for you.

I didn't find different models of Wildwood for 1997 but did find different sizes like 27', etc..
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Terier, thanks for trying.
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Does your unit have enclosed underbody? If not measure the tank for capacity.
Model number info may be located inside cuboard door inside unit.
Look at your bill of sale or insurance card for model number.
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