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Old 09-14-2006, 07:00 PM   #1
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1976 26' Argosy 26
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Removing Grey Tank

Hi all,

I'm deconstructing my '74Argosy26 and I'm going to tackle the grey tank removal next. I took the following pic looking under the rear passenger side. I think that some of the belly pan is missing. Am I right? Do I have to drop some more of it for the grey tank to be removed, or do I go in from the top floor side (hope not)!?

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