chev 1 ton extended 6.0L weight is not a problemFresh tank is a nice option but it takes up space in the van, causes you to burn more fuel and is harder on the vans engine, transmission and brakes. In 40 years, I've never needed one. We have very mild winters here. I think in a colder climate, a fresh tank is a necessity.
I’ve used freshwater tanks since the late 80s and love the freedom of not tromping through people’s bushes looking for a spigot.Yeah?
I didnt say that a van couldn't carry it. Use your brain though. Do you thinking adding 1,000 lbs or more burns more or less gas? Is it easier or harder to go up a steep hill? Do you stop faster or slower? It will cost you more to operate in the long run.chev 1 ton extended 6.0L weight is not a problem
yes, any porty will fit.
My Powerclean DXT TM takes up the whole side door opening. The hose reel exits the rear door. I have the short wheelbase.damn nice set up, that would be perfect here in the density. I didnt know the transit could handle the weight of a tm
wait is that a transit connect in the pics? or full size transit? I thought it was the small oneMy Powerclean DXT TM takes up the whole side door opening. The hose reel exits the rear door. I have the short wheelbase.
The Transit is very roomy and has very efficient use of space.
I have never had a fresh tank in 40 years. Luckily, we don't have any poisonous animals around here. If I can't hook up outside, I can always hook up inside with a tap adapter. Having a fresh tank is nice but you still have to fill it somewhere and on large jobs you have to worry about running out.He’s going to beat this to death trying to convince us he’s right