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Old 07-07-2014
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Re: PSC37 Forward Water Tank

On a PSC 37, where are the hose ports located on the forward tank? Are they accessible? I think we have a clogged hose.

Grant Woodside
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Re: PSC37 Forward Water Tank

On NiftyNickers hull#139 the water inlet connection is on the forward end of the tank and I think accessible from the small compartment under the anchor locker doors.The water outlet in on the rear bottom of the tank and I think accessible by removing the drawers under the v berth.The airvent connection is also at the front of the tank near the inlet connection.If the S/S tank can be removed why not have it repaired it can certainly be welded.If not you could use a flexible neoprene tank such as Vetus sells.

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Dianne and Chuck Burke S/V NiftyNickers C37 #139
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Re: PSC37 Forward Water Tank

The tank is as described by others who have posted. I have one suggestion to offer if you want to avoid all the problems with rebuilding or fabricating a tank.

Look at Vetus...they have flexible tanks and may have one that will fit into the space built in by the factory. You may loose some capacity.
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