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WTB / Re: Stainless saddle tanks
« on: March 29, 2020, 09:41:35 PM »
I want your tanks.  Please contact me if they are available.  Mark
206.948.56 eight six

WTB / Re: Fuel tanks wanted
« on: March 29, 2020, 09:36:52 PM »
I'm interested.  Please email me at with another pic (to prove its you).  I'll respond with my cell number so you can either call me or I can call you. Thanks.  Mark

Are your tanks still for sale?  If so please Email me markb217@gmail

WTB / Fuel tanks wanted
« on: March 27, 2020, 11:40:57 AM »
Need 2 fuel tanks that will fit '76 19' Eliminator bubbledeck.
Not picky about size, aluminum or steel, as long as they are sound, fit properly and don't leak!

Yes, get aluminum. I don't ever see poly tanks in any of these boats.... probably a reason why everyone runs aluminum

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Thank you for your advice.  I appreciate it!!!

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Wow. Thank you!  Your quick advice saved me hours of searching for a place to get work done.  Only question left:  should I stay away from poly tanks?

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'76 Eliminator "19' Bubbledeck"  bad gasoline smell seems to be coming from gasoline very slowly permeating through the original metal right fuel tank (which appears coroded). Potentially dangerous situation as the boat is stored in my attached garage!  I'm siphoning both right and left tanks dry now.  But not sure what to do next.  The guy at Napa told me about a product called Pour 15 (sp?) which apparently coats the inside of a leaking tank.  But I would need to remove both tanks in order to "roll" the product inside the dry empty tanks.  I think they are 11 gallon tanks aluminum (?).  Wondering about any advice anyone with experience with this sort of thing.  Should I do this or is it better to simply replace the tanks with metal or poly ones?  I don't want to dick around  with leaking gasoline problems.  Thank you!

Mark in Seattle

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