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Old 09-12-2019, 02:55 PM   #1
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Default RoadTrek waste tank capacity

Recently bought a 1999 RT Popular 190. I do not have nor can find online a manual for a 1999, although another member sent me a manual for 1998. The 1998 manual does not list tank captivities.
My questions:
Fresh water tank capacity?
Black water tank capacity?
Gray water tank capacity?
Does anyone have this information? Does anyone have any manuals or brochures for a 1999 RT?
Thanks, Ed
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Old 09-12-2019, 04:39 PM   #2
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Click on this link for information.

https://www.manualslib.com/products/...t-3252141.html
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Click on this link for information.

https://www.manualslib.com/products/...t-3252141.html
The link you provided is for a 2001 Chevy chassis, not a 1999 dodge.
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But if you go to the "Search for Manual" Box and type in your make/model you can pull it up that way. That is how i did it for my 2007 RT 210, i have all the manuals for everything that our 210 has installed plus the chevy express 3500.
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But if you go to the "Search for Manual" Box and type in your make/model you can pull it up that way. That is how i did it for my 2007 RT 210, i have all the manuals for everything that our 210 has installed plus the chevy express 3500.
Tried search, NOTHING for 1999 RT 190.
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1997 brochure , dodge 3500 roadtrek fresh water 31 gal, grey 25 gal, black 12 gal according to brochure for what its worth.
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This link to the 1999 brochure still works: https://www.roadtrek.com/wp-content/...model_year.pdf
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Thanks!
The brochure lists dimensions and capacities, just what I was looking for.
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The answers to my questions from the RT brochure:
Fresh water tank capacity= 129 L/34 US gal.
Black water tank capacity= 49 L/13 US gal.
Gray water tank capacity= 109 L/29 US gal.
Also: Fuel tank capacity= 132 L/35 US gal.
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RedPanEd, those tank volumes peaked my interest. We had a 1996 190P on the Dodge chassis (probably the most enjoyable rv we ever have owned) and I didn't remember tank sizes that large. So......I dug out my old brochure for our 1996 and sure enough, the tanks were smaller in 96 than they were in 99. Roadtrek was constantly fiddling with "stuff" back in those years, making small but great improvements in a lot of things every year or two.

Our tanks were 35 gas, 31 fresh, 25 gray, 12 black. On our 2007 RT 210P they are
31 gas, 30 fresh, 23 gray and 10 black. All smaller. That extra 20% (from 10 to 12) black
is significant when boondocking.

The lesson for me is never assume anything! Look up the stats. Thanks for your post.
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in my 1999 Dodge 190 Versatile, book says 31 fw including the hot water tank, grey 23 (and i confirmed this is where water will start coming out of the floor drain), and 10 black (actually held 11 verified by adding water to just below toilet floor seal).
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