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Old 06-08-2023, 11:47 PM   #1
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We are new owners of a 1997 Dodge Roadtrek 190V
We are looking for a sewer hose and propane tank. Our tank was a tad rusty and burst during a fill.
Might anyone have these items for sale?
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Old 06-09-2023, 01:09 AM   #2
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Sewer hose is generic, buy it anywhere. Install is a pain.

There is another current thread here about a 1990’s Roadtrek propane tank. You could send him a private message and see if he is having any success.
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Old 06-09-2023, 11:41 AM   #3
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Did you confirm where the LP leak was coming from? It's more likely that it was a hose that went bad and not the tank itself. The tanks are pretty thick and surface rust is very common. It also could have been coming from the over-fill valve which needs to be opened during a fill and that would be normal.
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Old 06-16-2023, 02:49 PM   #4
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Howdy
We are new owners of a 1997 Dodge Roadtrek 190V
We are looking for a sewer hose and propane tank. Our tank was a tad rusty and burst during a fill.
Might anyone have these items for sale?
Several threads on the tank. Horizontal RV tanks are good forever. Your leak is NOT the tank, it's something attached to the tank.
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Thanks to everyone that replied about my propane tank. I got the van back from the RV shop that was claiming it ruptured. Over the next few weeks I’ll take a look at it myself and let everyone know what I find. It’s hot in AZ and crawling under the van will not be fun.
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the more you can manage to do yourself, the more independent you will be, with a good square tip screwdriver you can get a good view of what is behind the curtain! Water lines are Zurn pex!
If you have a good mechanic that's the best way to service old Dodges, unless you have these skills!
Good luck!
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