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Replacing head on C&C 25'''' 1975

I currently have a porta poti style head with a five gallon holding bag. I want to update it to a larger plastic holding tank.

If anyone has done this before I would like to know the best place to store the holding tank.

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Replacing head on C&C 25'''' 1975

I placed a 20 gal. holding tank in the locker across from the head.
This was on a 27'', not sure of the layout on the 25''.
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Replacing head on C&C 25'''' 1975

Many of the holding tanks that I have seen are located under the v-berth.
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Replacing head on C&C 25'''' 1975

Under the V-Berth I have my water tank. Originally, the holding tank was directly behind the head. The unit was to small (8 gal). We installed a 20 gal. tank vertically in the locker across from the head.This was tied into a mascerator. Also had a deck outlet installed for the pumpout stations.
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