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Old 04-21-2011, 03:47 AM   #1
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Need some spec info

I been looking on the net and I can not for the life of me find a solid answer on how big my tanks are ( fresh,blk and gray ) Looked in the trlr and no luck also.

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Old 04-21-2011, 09:00 AM   #2
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have you tried to call the factory. they might be able to look up your build sheet with the VIN number. I don't know how long they keep the paper work on units, when I asked what size tanks I had they were able to provide me with an answer. Also can you see your tanks? if you can see them try to get a measurement and calc it that way. you could also add water 1 to 5 gallons at a time and see what you get.
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you could also add water 1 to 5 gallons at a time and see what you get.
I was going to suggest something similar. You could fill the tanks with water, then empty them into a 5 gallon Home Depot bucket.

I guess it also depends on how badly the buyer needs that info.
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I was going to suggest something similar. You could fill the tanks with water, then empty them into a 5 gallon Home Depot bucket.

I guess it also depends on how badly the buyer needs that info.
just make sure there is no corn in the black tank
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just make sure there is no corn in the black tank

omg...too much info???...lolololol
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I had a 2005 Wilderness 27FBSS and still have the 2005 Brochure, It list a 26BHSS which is probably the same as your 27BHSS. All models at the time had 50 Gal fresh,30 Gal grey and 30 Gal black.
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