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Old 06 September 2016, 06:45   #21
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says custom built tanks we may have already built one for your boat that implies they build them to me without you drawing one up, worth a call
up date public liability stops them making them for petrol so the material they use is just for diesel
must admit didnt go right into thier web site
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PLENTY of links if you Google "Custom made plastic fuel tanks for Boats" Mate
Don't forget it's only a quick and simple job to remove the rear seat (drop in and re- fit over new tank) and re-glass it in Steve..that way you may get something that fits off the shelf
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Rang Tektanks and they only do custom plastic diesel and water tanks . 😣
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Contact Amber Plastics

have a look at this one
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have a look at this one
A one off fuel tank from them is going to be costly!
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www.shop4tanks.co.uk/bespoke-tanks/
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http://www.obpltd.com/Alloy-Products/Fuel-Tanks

I just happen to be considering one myself for my reserve/extended range after my original developed a leak ,,,, they no longer make the size and it needs to fit in a specific location in the console ..... awaiting quotes from enquiries I sent today :-)
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A one off fuel tank from them is going to be costly!
A one off from anywhere will be costly but they might have tooling to sort him as it says on the web page.
you never know just a phone call. I recon that with a bit of heat & ratchet straps you could get the 300 MM tanks in through a 290 MM gap once one side enters it should go, even causing a vacuum might distort enough for 10 MM
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