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Classic 31 fresh water tank

Just purchased 1966 Classic 31 and its in very good shape. However, the fresh water tank needs cleaning. I attempted to remove the cabin sole to get at it and found it has been glued down! Before I destroy the sole to get at the tank, can anyone tell me if there is an inspection port on the tank and how it is installed - from what I can see it appears to be fiberglassed right into the hull - that true?

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Re: Classic 31 fresh water tank

Try some contacts/questions through the owner's site...

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I don't see a forum but even the webmaster may be able to point you in a good direction...
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