HOLE IN BLACK WATER TANK

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HOLE IN BLACK WATER TANK

Post  jb_simerly on Fri Apr 13, 2012 10:25 pm

i FOUND A HOLE IN MY BLACK WATER TANK WE DONT USE IT MUCH BUT WOULD STILL LIKE TO FIX IT I WAS THINKING ABOUT GETTING THAT PUDDY STUFF MADE TO FIX BATH TUB HOLE AND CRACKS ANY OTHER SUGGESTIONS



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Post  Richard on Tue Apr 17, 2012 12:27 am

Prevention is the key. Stop eating those hot chili peppers!

Seriously, it depends on what kind of plastic it is. If it's polyprophelene (spelling unsure), and it likely is, then nothings really going to stick for long. The poly-pro plastic expands and contracts and makes nearlyh everything lose the connection. It doesn't have a solvent. If it's not poly-pro, you have a chance. I'd go to the Auto Parts Store and get some of their perma-bond (or similar stuff made just for plastic.) to fix it. The stuff for bathtubs likely won't stick to the plastic. .
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Post  jb_simerly on Tue Apr 17, 2012 9:11 am

if it was the chilli peppers the hole would be a lot bigger then that lol!
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Post  Crawford on Tue Apr 17, 2012 11:43 pm

I would thing the spring loaded hollow wall anchor put put a rubber washer with a steel washer. put spring levers inside then tighten till rubber hit bottom and the steel washer would hold firmly on the rubber . Very Happy
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Post  Richard on Sun Apr 22, 2012 4:39 pm

That's brilliant. If nothing sticks to Polly-Pro, then you need a rubber gasket! Good thinking Crawford. With the tension from the bolt it should hold just fine, well, other than taco night.
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