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Old 30 March 2010, 09:49   #11
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So does the fuel tank only run between the two stringers we can see, I assume the centre two?
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Old 30 March 2010, 10:26   #12
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Originally Posted by G Trevally View Post
250KTS , I can´t contact with Valiant directly, I would have to contact with Touron, which is the representative in Spain of Brunswick, the owner of Valiant. Touron is a shit, it is only for sell, but when you have a problem, they don´t help you.

Biffer, contacted with a company to put pressure in the fuel tank and they told me they won´t do it, because they were afraid of an explosion.
I will be putting photos as I bring forward at the work to hear your comments.

Thank you so much
you will only be putting air in it if you use your tube inflator pump, it will never cause an explosion, they just don't want the work, do it yourself

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