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Old 03 July 2006, 15:11   #11
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I could balance the jerrycan on top of the console but I don't want scabby old jerrycans scratching the fibreglass
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Maybe I should invest in some plastic jerries instead!!!
or cover the console with a sheet of rubber, vynyl or suchlike
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Old 03 July 2006, 17:32   #12
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I could balance the jerrycan on top of the console but I don't want scabby old jerrycans scratching the fibreglass or even worse my Raymarine!!! Maybe I should invest in some plastic jerries instead!!!
Or do what we used to do on Pendragon and balance the jerry can on the pod seat nearest the fuel filler (which was in a similar position to yours, it would appear). Def go with the jiggler - has all sorts of wonderful uses as well as fuel transfer
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Old 03 July 2006, 17:42   #13
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If you get a big jiggler, make sure the end will go thro' the neck of your jerry can. Some don't fit.
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