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Old 11-19-2015, 01:33 PM   #1
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Hi my name is Dave and im new to the rv world.I bought a 2002 chevy sunseeker le .I Need some help with the grey water tank .If anybody has this model i would appreciate a picture of the grey water tank outlet at the tail pipe because mine is broken off.
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Old 11-19-2015, 07:19 PM   #2
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Welcome to the forum and the world of RVing. Later RJD
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Hi my name is Dave and im new to the rv world.I bought a 2002 chevy sunseeker le .I Need some help with the grey water tank .If anybody has this model i would appreciate a picture of the grey water tank outlet at the tail pipe because mine is broken off.
Welcome to the forum. If you can supply a picture of what you have existing now, we should be able to get a solution regardless of the exact model. The plumbing of the waste tanks is fairly simple in design.
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Old 11-20-2015, 10:23 AM   #5
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The gray water outlet is on the passenger side .Its broken off but what i cant figure out is that if i fix it the tail pipe is in the way which means i have to go over it or under it which really either way will restrict the flow
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Old 11-21-2015, 10:36 AM   #6
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Dave, Welcome to the forum and congrats on new RV. I grew up in Largo Fl. Close to 688 and Indian Rocks road area. Miss the beaches but not the traffic.

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The gray water outlet is on the passenger side .Its broken off but what i cant figure out is that if i fix it the tail pipe is in the way which means i have to go over it or under it which really either way will restrict the flow
Welcome from Tennessee. If you can't post a pic of the damage, keep in mind that most waste water pipes are common thin wall PVC fittings available at Lowe's / Home Depot. Hacksaw a small 1" section from your rig, sketch a diagram on paper and spend some time in the isles at the home improvement store. PVC cleaner & glue, sandpaper and maybe some spray paint along with your new pipe, angle fitting and union. Lots of U-Tube videos on PVC methods. Good luck. Send us a picture of the finished project.
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thank i did what you said i will post pictures.i used white pvc and hose adapters.i will put a valve at the sewer outlet since this was just gray water.
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