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Old 07-30-2011, 05:27 AM   #11
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The first being that there are two FW tanks, explains the two overflow tubes MisterUg was questioning.
I have a 2009 22FB with only one tank but I have two overflow tubes. I never did understand why.
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I have a 2009 22FB with only one tank but I have two overflow tubes. I never did understand why.
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When we were getting our initial walk through by the dealer, his comment was; 2 drain spigots and 2 overflow tubes mean faster fill and draining. Sure does take awhile when you're dealing with 80 gallons.
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Just got home, after travelling with Full tanks, and the difference was.....

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Ok We're coming up to camping for our 20th, 21st, & 22st night this year. This is going to be the first time Dry camping. So, last night I filled up the fresh water tank for the first time. Can't believe it holds 90 gallons!? But my question is, we had some water come through a couple of tubes pointing down from between the tanks. I know they were not the low point valves, because they are right next to these tubes. Are they some kind of overflow tubes?

I also was wondering why the 22fb has such a big water supply. I looked at some 5th wheels online, and my Friend's 5th wheel holds 50gal??

Why is the 22fb's water tanks so big????
None:hihi:

The truck & rv performed no differently than when the tanks are empty. It was actually quite fun watching my friend having to get water into his 5th wheel with a jug, while we still had 2/3 of a tank left.

Gas mileage was no different as well $30. to go 100Km
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