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Bud Taplin
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The easier thing to do is cut a hole next to the pickup tube, and install an 8" screw-in plastic cleanout lid. You can then reach inside the tank, cut the pickup tube off a few inches below the top, and push on a plastic tube that reaches the bottom of the tank.

The alternative if the tank is leaking is to cut out as much of the top of the tank as you can reach, and use bladders in the compartments between the baffles.

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