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Old 03-05-2016, 09:51 PM   #1
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'91 Sun Stream 2000 8370, Blackwater tank?

WE made the leap, bought a '91 Sun Stream 2000, Model 8370, Its going to be a lot of questions and trial and error. I hope with help to cut back the errors.
I think somebody eliminated the brown/black water tank. The dump valves have been removed and just have threaded caps. The grey water tank is there, I can't see the Black water holding tank. I want to set this up back the way it was, for Boondocking,, We, several friends and myself will be going to NASCAR races, and need holding tanks.
Anybody with pictures of the 2 tanks and valves layout and /or measurements and source of tanks be Greatly appreciated.
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Old 03-06-2016, 01:52 AM   #2
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Modynomite, As for your question, with out a pic, can only speculate, but if you do not have the Y pipe and the two blade connectors, something is certainly amiss!!
There is a very smart guy that is on this forum that is in Brooksville right now, and it might be worth your while to send him a PM, and see if he can come look at it for you, and give you some advice. His handle is (franka548) Worth a shot? Rail!
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Old 03-06-2016, 06:28 AM   #3
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Can you post a picture of this connection area? Is the toilet inside still attached? Can you open the toilet valve and look inside where the tank should be?
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Thanks for the welcome, Guardrail53,, and the info.. I thought about a pic, later last night,, Will do that after it warms up some, only 40something, and to us its chilly. Ya, somebody removed the Y-pipe and blade valves,,
Sending franka548 and message now,, thanks for that tidbit,, maybe he can walk me through operation of this monster,, a bit bigger than we were looking for, but price was right, (if no hidden major problems)
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Thanks Lifemember, as I told Guardrail, its kind of chilly,, I'll get out there in a bit and get a picture,,, I'll look down the hole,, I'm taking what your saying, the blackwater holding will directly under the toilet? if so it might be there and I'll just need valves and a little plumbing. That would be great. Thanks,,,
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Thanks Lifemember, as I told Guardrail, its kind of chilly,, I'll get out there in a bit and get a picture,,, I'll look down the hole,, I'm taking what your saying, the blackwater holding will directly under the toilet? if so it might be there and I'll just need valves and a little plumbing. That would be great. Thanks,,,
Most are direct, some have an offset. I cant imagine them removing the black tank altogether. But stranger things have happened.
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Looked in the hole, (lovely) lol,, still not sure,, pipe goes straight down and maybe a small tank, how big are they 5, 10, 15 gal?? Thinking like Lifemember says probably not been removed.
But the valveing has been removed, for some reason, found the old Y so I can at least get on like it and or plumb back close to original..
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oK,, it doesn't happen often, but once again, I have to admit I'm stupid... How do I upload pictures to a Post.
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Hope this helps. It has a Marine toilet.

http://www.gulfstreamcoach.com/towab...n%20Stream.pdf
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you have at least an 80 gal tank. I would hope it was empty.

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The valves could have been leaking and they intended to replace. Or some one needed the valves and took them.
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trying pics

Pic 1 and 2 This what I have now, Pic 3 Found the old Y connector,, Pic 4 must be what I need.
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Richard,
I think you are correct on pic4 being what you need. It looks close. Now it depends on how badly they butchered the piping on whether you will need anything else.
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You are too kind with your praise, I wouldn't say I was that smart, just been around this stuff a long time. Have made arrangements to meet with Richard this week and see if I can help him
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Well Frank, hope I did not volunteer you into a "smelly" (saying it nicely) situation!
I'm sure you two will figure things out! Rail!
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