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Old 02 February 2014, 14:53   #1
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Garage Clear out

Having a bit of a clear out so got some bits that might be of interest to someone.

Hulk 30l portable fuel tank. Faded but no leaks. 20

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Danforth 7.5 kg never been used 30

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Bruce 2kg with a couple of metres of chain. 15

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I also have a set of carbs off a 75hp Mercury 2 stroke, 2005 vintage. Cleaned and serviced when removed, 200.

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Drop me a message if anything is of interest.

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Old 02 February 2014, 14:54   #2
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Not sure why the images are upside down, they are fine on my computer, but I'm sure you get the idea
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Old 02 February 2014, 15:00   #3
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Hi Oracle, where abouts are you for picking these items up from, might be interested in the 2 kg anchor, do you know if it would be suitable for a 4.7 meter boat
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Hi there, can you gave m some dimensions for the fuel tank? I'm looking for one that'll go underneath my rear seat.
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Steve, Finally upgraded them engines then mate,,,


I can vouch for carbs being in serviced condition
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Old 02 February 2014, 17:24   #6
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All the bits are in Staffordshire at the moment but I will be getting down to Portland quite often too. (hopefully). I'm not really an authority on anchors, I always tend to go OTT with mine and I guess it also depends whether its a quick drop anchor for lunch or an overnighter. There may well be others on here who might offer an opinion, though


Tank is 24 cm deep x 35 cm W x 50 cm long.

Yep Nug. got em done eventually and running sweet, the extra horses make quite a difference. Still enjoying watching your project work too.
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Ah, that's tight. The measurement I have is 23cm across. I'll need to go up and check if i was being conservative or generous. In the mean time, If someone else comes along... just let it go.

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Ill have another check too, with a level over the as its a bit of an odd shape and has the outlet sticking up. I did only measure by eye. If that dimension is the key one Ill get as accurate as possible and let you know.
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Thanks for that. Not too worried about the sticking out bits, the gap under the seat is only about 20 - 30cm deep so it's just the ain body of the thing I need to be 23 or less.
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Measuring more accurately the main depth of the tank is 23cm or VERY close and then the outlet and filler are on top of that by a couple of cm. If you have a 23 cm opening and then headroom above once its in you may just get there.

If you have a way to get it over there without wasting you too much money you are welcome to give it a try.
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