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Old 07-15-2004, 09:53 AM   #1
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Broken graywater tank

I have a 27ft. 1974 overlander and the graywater tank has a bad crack in it.I was wondering what was the easiest way to get it out.Any help would be appreciated.
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If it is mounted like a fresh water tank, then you will have a frame with the rear facing section being bolted on. Undo the bolts, and pull out the framing piece.
You should be able to then slide out a plywood sheet, which holds up the tank.
This sheet might be very very tight inside it's framework, possible swollen and rotten if teh tank has been leaking.
If you don't see this frame work, then you will have to drop the center section of the belly pan, behind the rear axle to the bumper. Access the tank this way.
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