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Our tank was replaced prior to our purchasing the boat. Likely for the same reasons you describe.
The good news is the PSC tanks are very easily removed. If you can find a reliable source for a replacement tank, it shouldn't be an especially difficult job. The original vendor (name escapes me) in CA should be able to weld one up for you. Other owners, like Dave Pomerantz, have found good vendors up in New England.
One point specific to the PSC 31: Originally, the tank for the standard draft 31 was 27 gallons. This was later changed to I think 23 gallons, by chopping a few inches off the bottom of the tank. This should help keep the bottom of the tank from contacting bilge water quite so often. Our new tank is the 23 gallon version and it sits several inches above the bottom of the bilge. This info is n/a if you have a scheel keel.
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Pacific Seacraft Crealock 31 #62
NEVER CALLS CRUISINGDAD BACK....CAN"T TAKE THE ACCENT
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