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Old 29 March 2010, 04:14   #11
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What about under deck fuel tanks? Can I put any of them to SR 5.4 ?

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Old 29 March 2010, 04:25   #12
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That WILL need the deck removed!

No reason why not - I think someone here has done it before.

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Originally Posted by 9D280 View Post
That WILL need the deck removed!

No reason why not - I think someone here has done it before.
They probably have, but it's a bit of a waste of time unless you use the whole underdeck space as it's not very big.

Fuel sloshing to the bow is likely to make you stuff quite well too-my hull is sealed and when it got half full of water it was a scary ride when you shut the throttle or crested a big wave.
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