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Tank capacity: 13 gallons. Dimensions: 10.19"W x 32"L x 10.19"D.
Please note: Hydrocarbon swell causes tanks to expand by 3% in all directions. When measuring, please allow for this expansion as well as an extra 2-1/2" for fittings. Actual fill capacity can vary by +/- 5% of the printed capacity due to how the tank is installed in the boat and variances in the outside temperatures.
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Q:Are the fittings on top able to be removed then placed back on I have a tight spot to slip it into.Asked on 12/15/2009 by boat man from louisiana
A:No, unfortunately they cannot be removed. They are actually made into the tank.Answered on 12/29/2009 by Bryant from Tech
Q:does this or any of these tanks have baffels in them ? i am afraid that the slosh in the tank could cause a problemAsked on 11/5/2009 by flatbottom from Louisville KY
A:There are not any baffles in these tanks that we carry. That would cause their fuel capacities to be even less than they already are. Sorry about the inconvenience.Answered on 11/10/2009 by OVERTON'S from TECHNICIAN
Q:I have a 1963 Traveller, Neptune model 19 Foot Inboard Out Board that needs new gas tanks. If given the demensions of the old tanks and the locations of the fill, feed and overflow, can you manufacture replacement tanks in this material?Asked on 10/19/2009 by Anonymous from Glendora, CA
A:We do not carry any custom tanks. We only carry Moeller's full line of tanksAnswered on 10/21/2009 by marty from overtons tech
Q:Can this tank be used above deck under seat for an outboard engine?Asked on 6/12/2009 by Ed from Puerto Rico
A:No because you do not want the electric sender to be weathered on because it will cause it to go bad quicker. You do not want electrical connections, like the one you will have to make for the top of the sending unit, to be out in the weather all the time. These are meant to be below deck or in a compartment that stays mostly dry. Obviously it is a marine grade product, but water and electrical connections are not a good mix.Answered on 11/16/2009 by Overton's from Technician