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riddles
Jul-09-2007 @ 11:26 AM                           Permalink
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I know a common joke among boaters is that you only know when you're low on water when it runs out, but does anyone here use any sort of gauge to tell you how much water is in your tank? I've seen 1 or 2 options advertised, and just wondered if anyone has any experience of stuff like this?

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Steve.
Try -  http://www.caktanks.co.uk/files/catalogue2007.pdf

go down to page 15

The fresh water level indicator works in a similar way to the waste indicator they sell.
I have fitted a waste indicator and it works very well
and is great for knowing when you are nearly ready for a pump out.
I should think the fress water indicator is just as good. Only about £18 and easy to fit.

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