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Old 05-09-2009, 08:11 AM   #15
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I have seen a bunch of great ideas here. I would go along with the two part epoxies made for patching gas tanks, etc. It cures fast and is impervious to liquids. Walmart carries it.
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Old 05-17-2009, 09:18 PM   #16
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Go to your local home supply store and buy a coil of 1/4" polyethylene tubing. Insert the tubing through the hole and route the tubing up behind the gaucho.

Fill the water tank with beer.

Insert the other end of the tubing into your mouth, recline on the gaucho. Enjoy.
I was going to say run it through the frig to get it cold first ..LOL
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JB Weld makes a product specifically to repair tanks and pipes. It's called "JB Water Weld". It cures over wet surfaces and even underwater. Great stuff!!!
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Since it is o the top of the tank and will never see any pressure and you can get to it through the 2 1/2 in hole i would just use a Boiler Plug. They are self tapping screws with a rubber washer.
Howie nailed it, with some polyurethane on the washer, it worked for over 10 Seasons on our Safari.

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