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jeromep

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I've really tried hard to do a bunch of web searches for the tank capacities of a 1995 Bounder 34J, but can't find a reliable source. I'm most interested in getting capacities for my black and gray tanks.

For some reason I think my fresh tank is 100 gallons. I remember reading that someplace, maybe that white vehicle weight sheet glued to the closet door in the bathroom. However, when I use my Orbit (or Save-a-Drop), inline water meter to track how much water is going into that tank, the tank goes into "overflow" at about 75-80 gallons and I have to shut off my water. So, I either have an inaccurate in-line water meter or my fresh tank is not 100 gallons.

Can anyone provide any insight, or maybe a reliable web site that has accurate specs and capacities?

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good luck. Your best way is do as you have done. Our 99 at 38 feet was only 75 list and the black and gray together was 75 total.

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Have you looked on the kitchen doors? There is usually a sticker with capacities stated.

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Have you looked on the kitchen doors? There is usually a sticker with capacities stated.

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jdc1 wrote:

Have you looked on the kitchen doors? There is usually a sticker with capacities stated.

There is such a document glued to the closet doors in the bathroom, but it is focused on GVWR, axle capacities. The only thing mounted to a kitchen cabinet door is trash basket hanging on the door under the sink.

I may grab a photo of the document I have and attach it to the thread. Either that or I'll be proven a fool for not looking closer.

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THIS is what I found.

Fresh: 100 gals
Grey: 47 gals

No black tank size, but would assume the same as grey.


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Run your hose and check the time to fill 5 gallon bucket. Then time the gravity fill time to fill the tank. Then simple math for the tank volume.

For grey/black tanks I'd fill with a 5 gallon bucket being careful near the end.


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Run your hose and check the time to fill 5 gallon bucket. Then time the gravity fill time to fill the tank. Then simple math for the tank volume.

For grey/black tanks I'd fill with a 5 gallon bucket being careful near the end.

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100 gallon fresh. 50 gallon black. 50 gallon gray. Those are the advertised numbers. They may vary slightly.

My fresh is actually 105. Black is 55, Gray is 48.

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