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Old 26 April 2007, 13:02   #11
Country: UK - England
Town: Basingstoke
Boat name: Bubbles
Make: XS Ribs
Length: 5m +
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I spoke to Rogue Wave as I know he is without computer this week. I have PM'd you his mobile number.

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Old 26 April 2007, 15:18   #12
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[QUOTE=TIM;196523] We use the smart craft Gauges .... and think they are great .... But fuel gauges on a boat are useless and should never be trusted boat

Too true. The only really failsafe way is to have a dipstick to check the levels, but most tank installations preclude this type of arrangement. Personally, I get twitchy if I leave the pontoon without full tanks and a reserve. And, yes that is because I ran out once and had to limp home on the aux engine... My head was indeed hung in shame and I have no desire to repeat the experience.

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