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Old 04-20-2016, 01:08 PM   #21
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Thanks for the photos (sorry I forgot to reply after seeing them on my phone)
Looks great. I think I might have to put an order in.
Is that a spray-in bedliner ? or a "bed rug" ? (I'm guessing a spray-in, since it looks like it goes under the rails)

I have the Ford plastic bed-liner (dealer included it) which I cut 2 slots in for the bed rails. Great in theory, except that it buckled up around the front corner (I guess just because there's less material keeping it straight), and stuff gets underneath it (grease from hitch, pine needles etc), tho' I am thinking of making a cover to go over the bed rails and around the hitch legs (just some thin corrugated plastic)

I think the problem with sending the photos was that my inbox was full, so I cleared out a few messages.
It's the spray in liner from Ford. Had a plastic one on my last truck. I had the same issues you are having.

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Old 04-23-2016, 09:50 PM   #22
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You could empty all the tanks and then go on top remove the sewer cap. Put water in the vent and go down as see which tank has water in it. Do that until it comes out of the black tank and then you will know.
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Old 05-07-2016, 02:08 PM   #23
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Well, I managed to do a "smoke" test today, using an incense stick, as suggested by jheacox1, and with an assistant.
Unfortunately the black tank vent is the one right behind the bathroom fan vent, as suspected, so it looks like I won't be able to install one of those cyclone vent pipe covers.
Haven't had any real issue, but was just considering it as a preventative for when in extreme high temps during summer trip
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Old 05-07-2016, 06:13 PM   #24
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Well, I managed to do a "smoke" test today, using an incense stick, as suggested by jheacox1, and with an assistant.
Unfortunately the black tank vent is the one right behind the bathroom fan vent, as suspected, so it looks like I won't be able to install one of those cyclone vent pipe covers.
Haven't had any real issue, but was just considering it as a preventative for when in extreme high temps during summer trip
Yeah I figured as much since the 1st time I went up on my roof. I just always make sure that fan is running when that vent is open. Haven't had any smells inside. Let's hope it stays that way. ;-)

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