Thursday, July 28, 2016
I'm afraid I can't help you with your question. Tanks come with the fittings attached. We don't attach them. The plastic is probably fused together during the manufacturing process but I can't say for sure. Epoxy might work. Best I can help you with is a replacement tank. From your photo it looks like the 30 gallon B202 which sell for $403.33. Please let me know if I can help you further with this.
Catalina Yachts Parts Dept.
7200 Bryan Dairy Road
Largo, FL 33777
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Please look at the photo. The black object is the forward waste holding tank. The white fitting is attached to the tank. After many years the adhesive decided to fail. (Be very glad you were elsewhere.) We cleaned both the tank and the fitting and applied 3M 5200. It failed. What do you use to make this adhesive connection?
at July 28, 2016
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