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Old 07-11-2011, 14:30   #1
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Black Water Holding, Morgan 321

With my latest project (a hard dodger) pretty much done I'm starting to get ready to replace the waste holding bladder with a proper holding TANK installation aboard my Morgan 321. I would like to communicate with someone who has already gone through the trials and tribulations on a MORGAN 32; or, someone with an M 32 that has already been changed.

What I'm looking for:
- Where is the new TANK located?
- What is the capacity of the new system?
- Any particular issues in completing the changeover?
- Do you have pictures you are willing to share?
- Is there anything you would do / would have done differently?
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