Black tank fun and games...
I have a project for this weekend, removing the toilet and black tank in our '72 20' Argosy. The tank to valve interface has a nasty leak (I think it may be a cracked piece of PVC pipe) that I can't get at from the bottom, so it's time to pull the tank. Looking at the bathroom, it appears that I have to remove the sink, then the vanity, unbolt the toilet and remove the raised floor before I can get the tank out. Does this sound right? The kick panel in front of the tank has seen better days, so I'll be making a new one when everything goes back together.
While I'm at it... My sink is fugly, very discolored and nasty looking - even when cleaned. I was thinking about lightly sanding it down and painting it with an epoxy based paint. As an alternative, I have also thought about taking it to a place that repairs fiberglass boats and have a white gel-coat finish applied. Needless to say, if this works, the shower pan and wall mounted shower console will get the same treatment.
Any thoughts or comments?
Some people are like Slinkies. They're really good for nothing, but they still bring a smile to your face when you push them down a flight of stairs.
TAC - NJ-007