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Old 07-17-2004, 12:06 AM   #41
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Shari~
In looking at your picture:
Is that green grass I see in your storage compartment?
Did you ever find the frying pan??
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The slide hatch at the bottom, where the sewer hose feeds out was open & Maxwell was parked in the yard when that picture was taken. Whatcha think, I grow grass in my trunk? I don't think so~

I sold the frying pan cap to Silver Bullet. We didn't need both...

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Old 07-17-2004, 12:48 AM   #42
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The slide hatch at the bottom, where the sewer hose feeds out was open & Maxwell was parked in the yard when that picture was taken. Whatcha think, I grow grass in my trunk? I don't think so~
I sold the frying pan cap to Silver Bullet. We didn't need both...

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Shari,
Mine looks like that now, with the belly pan removed.lol
Still working on removing the pan under the tank.
I got to tell you, those retainer bolts are hard to remove~
(If they would just stop moving around on me...lol)
The new pan, unlike the old one, will be designed to drain water accumulation.
Plus, I plan to make it easier for removal in case there's any future work in that area.
BTW, my end cap is "white plastic" on the dump..
It looks to be original..
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Old 07-17-2004, 08:45 AM   #43
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BTW, my end cap is "white plastic" on the dump..
It looks to be original..
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Maybe it's another one of those CA vs OH things...or it was upgraded somewhere along the way...if only they could talk!

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Old 07-17-2004, 12:37 PM   #44
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I know that most of us detest silicone, but in this area it is very easy to use to form a gasket. If you have the old gasket you can determine how thick it should be and then just cut a piece of wood to allow that thickness and width and also to use as a spreader for the silicone.
Thanks John, that's a great idea. Can anyone measure a gasket and tell me the thisckness?

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Old 07-17-2004, 03:10 PM   #45
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There are detailed drawings in my photo gallery...

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You can get the dimensions there...

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Hi there please help i own a 1962 safari it also has the origonal sewer fittings what i want to find is how do I connect a 3 inch flexie hose to this fitting

i have tried varios adapters but no luch

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Hi there please help i own a 1962 safari it also has the origonal sewer fittings what i want to find is how do I connect a 3 inch flexie hose to this fitting

i have tried varios adapters but no luch

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Frazer, unfortunately you have the same trouble that most of us Vintage People have with those valves, and that is nothing will fit it. The valve is a Valterra, but neither it, nor the caps, have been made for many years (decades). I was able to remove the valve from my coach, and replace it with a new Valterra 2" slide valve, and a collage of PVC pieces to fabricate something that would fit a 3" hose.
I know it isn't what you would like to hear, but that will likely be the only way to make your sewer hookup "fit".
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