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December 22, 2019
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Hi, I have followed this forum for a while now as a guest.  We have a 2017 155 Retro, and have some experience with it now.  Many posts are good and helpful, Thank you to all who have posted information and experiences.  We have taken several shorter trips and one to Michigan (6300mi).   Though our trailer is smaller, it is fun.  I love that I can put in our garage.  I have solved several issues that make things better.

This model does not have a gray water tank and I don’t see any practical way to add a reasonable size tank underneath for a number of reasons.  I am considering adding a T-1300 US Customs tank in the compartment under the rear bed with a slight change in the drain hose routing and hose connections (in and out with a vent) and a valve at the drain point so water could flow into the tank or flow through as desired.  In full sewer hook up it could just flow  as it does now.   Any thoughts or suggestions would be appreciated.

My second question is, is there some where I could get a frame layout to help figure out where to attach an awning rail along the top of the trailer.  I’m not sure just screwing into the exterior sheet in is sufficient?  I am considering using a flexible marine awning rail to follow the top contour of the trailer to maximize the size and help the door clearance.

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