Originally Posted by jimh
if u get them and install them, let me know what u go thru. i have a set but found that i needed to drill another set of holes (origionals are bonded in on mine). i have a close quarter drill but the sewer line makes that too tight. need to know how u get the sewer line out of the way.
Jim are they glued in or is the rubber grommet compressed by the cap nut. From the video it seems the rubber sleeve around the sensor is compressed by the first nut to seal the hole and the wire is held in place by the second nut.
Once you unscrew both nuts you should be able to wiggle the sensor out of the 3/8th inch hole. I was under the impression the "bonded in" ones were on the fresh water tank sensors.
If indeed you will need to drill new holes, it would seem that you are free to mount them where ever you want and what ever spacing you want.
As long as you know where they are you will know how full your tank is.
You could make "full" actually BE full. Etc.
I guess if push comes to shove you could cut the black pipe and use a rubber connecting sleeve (or sleeves) to join the cut section(s) together.
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