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2018 136 HR Ont.
Foam board would be easy to cut/form wedges out of to support the tank.
I would support it securely with hard foam or wood. It's going to be stressed/under tension if you flatten it or let it flatten. Use it in it's current relaxed shape, support it the way it is, don't force it.I have a 1 3/4" wide strip of 1/2" marine plywood that appears to fit perfectly on the sides, cut in half it will be just long enough to do the job.
There is a good chance you are correct but the thought of 50+ gallons leaking inside my van has me concerned. I have not addressed the issue of mounting the tank yet...ratchet straps are a great idea!Honestly, I think you're worried about nothing. You're going to anchor it down somehow, probably metal straps would be the easiest. But a ratchet tie downs would work as well. If it pulls down straight (and I expect it will} forget about it
Sorry - the images were slow to load - I think that looks great !!! Best of luck.There is a good chance you are correct but the thought of 50+ gallons leaking inside my van has me concerned. I have not addressed the issue of mounting the tank yet...ratchet straps are a great idea!
That is what I did “vinyl tubing”It is time to address my tank and water supply, I plan to use 3/4" pex for the supply side with a 3/4" drain installed to drain straight through the floor after the shut off valve. View attachment 85681
I have 2 questions at this point, should I use a flexable section of tubing after the shut off valve to allow for movement and what to do for supply lines? Can I make my own out of reinforced vinyl tubing?