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Tank Capacities-- 2001 Fleetwood Pace Arrow

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We bought a used 2001 Fleetwood Pace Arrow Vision Special Edition.

Although I have most of the original manuals and have looked at the decals on my rig, I haven't been able to determine the capacity of my Fresh/Gray/Fresh water tanks. Any advice how I can find that out?

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jhh4smh,

Welcome to the Forum.

A call to a Fleetwood dealer. They might be able to answer your question. When you have a question about your M/H always tell the Year, Model, Length, Engine (Gas or Diesel) and as much information as you know. This will help alot of folks out there answer your question.

In most cases you holding tank and gray water tank added together will give you your fresh water tank size. Or visa versa Fresh water tank divided by 2 equals the holding and gray tanks size. However that is not always the fact. The minute you state a fact about a M/H that is the one that is different.

Good luck.

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Herman, you said "The minute you state a fact about a M/H that is the one that is different." Boy, you got that right.

But there is one thing you can rely on if you can get accurate dimensions of your tanks. Multiply the length x width x height, all in inches, and divide the answer by 231. That will give you the gallon capacity of the tanks. If the tank is irregular shape, use the aforementioned formula in segments and add the results.

Also, keep in mind RV manufacturers round their tank sizes to the nearest convenient (for marketing) number. A "50 gallon" tank may be anywhere from 45 to 55 gallons. Also, a common "100 gallon" tank used in bus conversions is actually 119.68 gallons.

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