Originally Posted by gmellison
I didnít see any support, except for the factory zip ties. Now you got me thinking. The way roads are in California I may just want to reinforce a few things.
Let me know how you mount the hose connection - I'm debating on where it goes and I'd love to swap out to a connection that is like the water inlet but haven't researched how to connect to the flush part with its clear hose. That would look much better in my opinion.
I pulled both sides to access (you need to pull around the inverter and there is another panel that runs forward that covers the gray tank. Before I put the covers back, I had a closed-cell foam that I put under the valve and the 3" pipe on the driver's side. To your point, I felt that a little cushion (about 1/2 inch) would help in that area.
The other area that is NOT held up is where all the connections are. I'll keep an eye on it. I would guess that the tank and the glue connections are pretty solid but just seems like it might benefit from a long zip tie to support around the area of the connections at their lowest point.
One last question - while working the past week in the area I noticed that my inverter fan cycles quite a bit. I'm in Oceanside with mild weather and it's plugged in I can't imagine that it's doing anything but letting the power pass through it - it's not switched on. Read that it will do that - surprised since it's technically off.
I really like the layout and all the upgrades I've done including the black tank flush. Only last thing is I have a leak in the drivers side rear leveler. Annoying and I'm guessing even if I pull it myself I might want to take it to someone local to fix.
Thanks for the reply.