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Old 07-17-2016, 07:28 PM   #1
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Has anyone put a larger fresh water tank or a additional tank in a 2400 scr?
13 gal is not enough for 3 to 4 days!
Any and all info,suggestions would be helpful!
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No but there is no room on the port side where it is to do so. There is room on the starboard side.
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Thanks Mike!
Is there a problem with putting a tank next to the Waste tank?
The reasoning for more fresh water is the the other half HAS to shower at least once a day ( Med. condition )! So 13 gal. just wont cut it!
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The only issue may be weight balance.
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I have a 2900 and we put a bladder tank in the bow has improved the ride and not interfered with performance it is 300 litres
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