On board water tank

Mar 14, 2005
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Ynot,

Have had inboard tanks (assorted) since 1963. Lovely to arrive on a wet evening and have a 'cuppa'. With a gauge you can tell the level and top it up in dry spells. Try to have internal baffles, do not tow with large amount (weight) of water. Make sure tank has overflow, or will only fill slowly. Drain tap to tow home.
 
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Ynot,

Have had inboard tanks (assorted) since 1963. Lovely to arrive on a wet evening and have a 'cuppa'. With a gauge you can tell the level and top it up in dry spells. Try to have internal baffles, do not tow with large amount (weight) of water. Make sure tank has overflow, or will only fill slowly. Drain tap to tow home.
Cannot see the point of them - its bad enough having to fetch the water but then to re-fill an inboard tank and then think about emptying before towing phew. Dont bother unless you are a deep winter caravanner.
 
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Ynot,

Have had inboard tanks (assorted) since 1963. Lovely to arrive on a wet evening and have a 'cuppa'. With a gauge you can tell the level and top it up in dry spells. Try to have internal baffles, do not tow with large amount (weight) of water. Make sure tank has overflow, or will only fill slowly. Drain tap to tow home.
I agree with Steve, I've had two vans with inboard tanks and found they just increased the work load(a pain in the BUTT!)Our new van isn't fitted with one so we use two 40lt aquarolls or have a superpitch.We caravan all year and insulate the aquaroll during cold spells.
 

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