Regarding my recent post about a fresh water tank repair, I just found a product that worked. It is an epoxy by JBweld called Plastic Bonder. It did bond with what I suspected was a nylon flange and did seal the leak. An rv dealer repair shop said the tank was unrepairable but they would be happy to order a new one. Thanks to everyone who responded

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Comment by steve jordan on January 5, 2016 at 7:09pm

I just found this posting from Donald. I am not a Face Book guy. So I hope somehow he sees this. I bought a 1962 Robin Hood trailer. The restoration includes taking out the old galvanized water tank. I found a replacement tank at Plastic-Mart. Ok, ok I've heard enough about marts!

Anyway the tank I purchased has no fittings. I was not comfortable ordering one with fittings, and the placement of those fittings. So I bought a blank tank.

My concern was how to bond plastic fittings where I needed them to be. So seeing Donald's posting was wonderful. 

It is amazing what one can find on the Good Old Rv website. 

Thank you so very much. 

Steve

Comment by Rich Thomas on December 19, 2015 at 9:15pm

Good on you man, glad you didn't have to buy a new tank .

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