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bschall 07-09-2012 11:59 PM

Internal Ballast Lines Breaking (Sanger v215)
The elbows that attach to my friends Sanger v215 on both of the rear hard tanks have snapped so if you hit fill on either side it pumps water straight into the boat. Does anyone know what parts that I need to replace these. I think that his boat is an 04 or 05. One side of the elbow is a metal clamp and the other side (which attaches to the hard tank) is out of sight.

How do the elbows attach to the hard tanks?

And where can I buy new elbows to replace the old broken ones.



yubasanger 07-10-2012 4:28 AM

Elbows thread into top of tanks they are Marine East #8090 1 1/8 barb x 1 1/2 male thread 100 degree.
If the fill side broke than should be able to reach around back of tank and unthread. Vent side will require removing the tank.

bschall 07-10-2012 9:53 AM

Thank you boss

jmander77 07-10-2012 9:58 AM

My rear starboard fill broke in my '07 V230 when it was only 3 years old. The dealer fixed it under warranty ... I heard it wasn't an easy task.

camassanger 07-10-2012 10:04 AM

Mine broke too. Good time to pull out hard tanks and add sacs.

antoddio 07-10-2012 10:24 AM


Originally Posted by camassanger (Post 1766105)
Mine broke too. Good time to pull out hard tanks and add sacs.


antoddio 07-10-2012 10:27 AM

Oh, I wouldn't go with the angle ones, they look more fragile. My supreme came with the 90 degree ones and i doubt those will ever break.

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