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Old 15 May 2012, 13:57   #1
Country: Ireland
Town: cork
Boat name: yam
Make: yam 360s
Length: 3m +
Engine: Mariner 6hp
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What is it for?

On the rear floor panel of my Yam 360s there are two slots.There is also a rectangular piece of black plastic sheet about a foot square with a belt threaded through it and a clasp.Is it to tie down a fuel tank?Anyone know where I could look up the manual for this boat?

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Old 15 May 2012, 14:12   #2
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Country: UK - England
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Pretty much certain its for lashing down the fuel tank.

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Old 16 May 2012, 09:07   #3
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Hi Billows

The plastic square and strap is for a portable fuel tank. Check out the attached pic...
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