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holding tank on Endeavour 32

does anyone know where the head holding tank is located on the 1976 Endeavour 32? It had a sani-pottie and we want to change it out to a toliet with holding tank and maserator? Boat description says it has a 15 gal holding tank?
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Re: holding tank on Endeavour 32

On my friends E 32' (1980?) the holding tank is just forward of the head compartment, under the port side V berth. I'm not crazy about this arrangement even though the hoses have a pretty short run to the tank. The problem is that the waste hose to the tank has to run uphill and they frequently got the dreaded back flow into the head.
I'm not sure if there is a better solution though.
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Re: holding tank on Endeavour 32

My 1977 E32 CB has the holding tank under the port side settee.
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Re: holding tank on Endeavour 32

Typically the holding tank, the original installation by Endeavour, is under the port side of the v-berth just forward the head. However, given the age of the boats, the location may have been changed, and in some cases the holding tank eliminated completely.
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