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Old 05 January 2008, 17:25   #11
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How about one of these.
I reckon that something like that, securely bolted to the deck, would be a much better option.

Shouldn't be any hassle in scrutineering, less likely to leak, easier to fill.

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Old 07 January 2008, 08:39   #12
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I reckon that something like that, securely bolted to the deck, would be a much better option.

Shouldn't be any hassle in scrutineering, less likely to leak, easier to fill.

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Interestingly it doesn't mention fuel anywhere on the page!
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Interestingly it doesn't mention fuel anywhere on the page!
That's why I carefully said "something like that" and not "one of those"

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FWIW Adams cat scutineered fine at both national & international events with a bladder tank in 05.
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Interestingly it doesn't mention fuel anywhere on the page!
Ok, Ok...

Fuel tanks.
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Old 08 January 2008, 04:22   #16
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Ok, Ok...

Fuel tanks.
They should give the required range OK!

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They should give the required range OK!

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Oil tanks .............. so not for petrol then? Probably not baffled and no fekkin use at all for a boat!
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surely it would be easier to make a four chamber fuel tank out of stainless and bolt to the deck and cheaper than making a four chamber stainless box and then putting four fuel tanks in said box .but i will quote if you reqire the tanks ,racing use only though .regards paul
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Oil tanks .............. so not for petrol then? Probably not baffled and no fekkin use at all for a boat!
It was a wee jest....

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