Originally Posted by steamgoat
Why not cut a hole in the tank where the crack is and fit a round plastic tank access panel,the type they fit to clean out tanks
Because its in a bit thats curved.
Originally Posted by Vasco
One thing good about the tanks
in a 393, they're quite easy to remove. It might be worth your while to get a replacement, Mark.
Yes, and its the forward tank which can be whipped out pretty easy. But, being a cheapskate, I'll try a repair first.
I have a few days to think about it..... i.e. I need to drink a lot of water
Then I am thinking... OK don't laugh:
a small butane burner that they use in kitchens to do Creme Brulee and welding a bit of milk bottle container(etc) to the crack.
2) Cyanoacrylate and Sodium Bicarbonate. Put Bi Carb of Soda in the crack and pour Superglue on it. Heats the plastic and burns the putty in.
3) Boiling Beer
for my coffee for the rest of my life.
The Tap Poly Weld as shown in that video looks good, but I doubt I can buy it here in Grenada
But there are threat thoughts from everyone on a problem that I thought would be an easy fix.
Nothing is an easy fix on a boat!