The original plumbing had frozen and busted the copper lines.
Originally, there was a water tank under the front dinette. It was an aluminum tanks that held about 10 gallons and had a hand pump.
Although, we plan on staying in RV parks most of the time, we opted for a small tank in the original position. I decided to try and maximize the tank size by finding a tank that would fill up the space under the dinette.
I finally found the good people at http://www.plastic-mart.com/. They will find a tank that fits your space and then add threaded bungs for fittings anywhere you want. I sketched out what I wanted and faxed it over. They have a sales rep call you to verify what you want. About a week later, I had a custom built tank for under $200.
|I screwed some 2x2's to the floor to keep the|
I grew up learning to pretty much do everything for myself. Not because we are so talented, but rather because we could never afford to hire things done. Not much has changed.......
|I had a drain installed on the very bottom of the tank. I had it placed in the outboard forward corner. This will help in winterizing.|
|The backside f the shower.|