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Old 02-07-2014, 11:43 AM   #1
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Fresh Tank Conversion

I'm lazy... let's face it. I have 2 gray tanks of 36 gallons each, and I hate to dump. One tank is for the bath and one for the galley. I will never use the fresh tank. I use the pump to winterize with the pink stuff, but that's all. I was wondering how feasible it would be to convert the fresh tank to another gray tank to handle overflow from the other two. Some of the places I'd like to camp don't have sewer hookups and this would let me stay there longer between dumps. I'd get under it and look but it's totally enclosed... and... well... see the first sentence of this post for clarification...

Thanks in advance for any comments or suggestions.
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It can all be done, but with gravity of course. You would have to spin weld fittings into the fresh tank, and maybe ABS glue fit fittings in the gray tank, depending on type.

But . . . that means you have to drop the belly . . .
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Looking like it's more trouble than it's worth...
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