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Old 01-19-2020, 06:24 PM   #1
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I need a fresh water tank from a 2000 Pleasureway wide body van.

If anyone knows if one or where to look would really appreciate it!!

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Old 01-20-2020, 01:52 PM   #2
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Have you called Pleasureway? Just a slight possibility they have any old stock.

Realistically, you're probably looking at having someone fabricate a new one or repair your old one.

Here's a post at airforums where someone got their tank repaired.


http://www.airforums.com/forums/f240...ir-203670.html
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Thanks.
The old one is gone!
PO says the exhaust broke and fell on it and melted the whole thing.
I have looked at putting a new rectangular one in..that looks extremely difficult..original must be fit.
No luck with Pleasureway..1st place I tried
Will have to find salvage yards if I can I guess..finding it very difficult to find evrn a salvsge yard!

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Pleasureway emailed me back and said their supplier could produce one.
Will go see a dealer tomorrow!

Fingers crossed that its not unreasonably expensive!

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Fingers crossed that its not unreasonably expensive!

Joe
Oh, it will be, but what are your options? Finding a junked model that is an exact match is hard enough, but getting a used 20 yr. old tank out of it without breaking a connection is another challenge.

Buy new and know you'll never need another (barring another exhaust problem). Good luck.
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Try a foodcart manufacturer. The carts use similar types of tanks. You can roto mold outlets anywhere on the tank.
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