I guess I should be glad the black water tank to my Scamp is inside. Maybe something in this link from the Helpful-Links will help? Water Tanks
You would think that is a good thing until you have a problem with the tank. The truck tire exploded with such force that huge pieces of rubber were blown into our lane just feet in front of us. They struck the front of the van, some flew over the van and struck the trailer, and some we ran over. One of the pieces must have struck the dump valve plumbing on the Boler
. The Boler
tank was inside too, like the Scamp
. The force of the impact was such that it pushed the drain pipe back far enough to break the tank where the threaded part is plastic welded to the tank. Then we had to get the tank out of the trailer. It required major surgery to accomplish this. Thankfully my father in law is a carpenter. I could never have gotten the tank out by myself, without his professional help. Getting a new tank back in will be relatively easy, but we have to find a new tank first.
Thanks for your links. I have used them to try and source a new tank.
A freind of mine, another Bolerite told me that Polyrama in Edmonton was the original manufacturer of Boler tanks. I contacted them and they did make Boler freshwater tanks but not the blackwater tanks. They don't know who did. Does anyone?
PS If anyone needs a new freshwater tank for their Boler, Polyrama Plastics in Edmonton has them in stock.