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Whitecap Straight Stainless Steel Flush-Mount Fuel Tank Vent

Item # 95106
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Key Features

  • Heavy-duty 316 stainless steel

  • Accommodates 7/8" tubing

  • Straight


Our Price   $24.99

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Product Description
whitecap Replace worn-out fittings with heavy-duty 316 stainless steel hardware. Accommodates 7/8" diameter tubing. 1-9/16" installation hole size. Sold individually.

Whitecap Blue Water Hardware - Blue Water series products are designed for durability and constructed from quality materials. That is why Whitecap guarantees their products for life.

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  • Q:

    looking for a straight fuel vent that is water proof for center console. I have one with 2 small vents, how ever the wake hits it and sucks water in the fuel tank in rough seas. Any solutions. Thanks Greg..
    Asked on 7/6/2014 by greg from canton, ms.

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    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      Hello Greg,

      This fuel tank vent is not 100% waterproof, especially in rough seas. You may need to relocate your vents to a location that has a smaller chance of having the water being sucked into the fuel tank.

      Thank you,
      Steve

      Answered on 7/7/2014 by Anonymous
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