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    Unhappy where i can buy a bladder?

    my father pre charged tank is a markIV , with a busted bladder .where i can buy it.i did several searches with no luck

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    You can not just replace the bladder. You must replace the whole tank. Best bet is local plumbing supply house, or even one of the big box stores.
    Last edited by Terry; 07-10-2011 at 06:19 PM.

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    Damn boricua,


    You trying to tell us your "fresh" with all those bidet toilet seats?


    ON the bladders, most are made into the tank, but some are made with an interchangeable one that is more expensive, of course.


    I've been on Detrol LA since my small yet insignificant "accident" at the family reunion. It was horrible and everyone left, laughing.
    Read what the end of this sentence means.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RUGGED View Post
    I've been on Detrol LA since my small yet insignificant "accident" at the family reunion. It was horrible and everyone left, laughing.
    A tad bit overactice huh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RUGGED View Post


    I've been on Detrol LA since my small yet insignificant "accident" at the family reunion. It was horrible and everyone left, laughing.
    Maybe you can use one of the bidets in a creative way to freshen up...

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    Mark IV was one of the worst tanks ever invented. They wouldn't hold up for more than a couple years in most instances I am familiar with. You cannot change the bladder either.

    I recommend a new Flexcon Bladder Tank or a new Well-X-Trol. They are the only two tanks on the market in my opinion that will do a good job and protect your pump motor like they were intended to do.

    A Cycle Stop Valve is a great idea too.

    bob...
    Last edited by Terry; 07-10-2011 at 06:18 PM.

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