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masbama posted 03-25-2002 11:40 PM ET (US)   Profile for masbama   Send Email to masbama  
The new engine is on the way and the transom of the Montauk is buffed and ready. I'm going all new with my fuel system and I want two 12 gal. tanks for under the RPS. I don't want a single 24 or 27 gal-just 2 12 gal. Does Tempo make one that fits? The ULTRAPBW has dimensions that says it will fit. Anyone with experience? How about Moeller? All I found are those Gas-Scans by Attwood but they seem cheap. Any thoughts?
Tom W Clark posted 03-25-2002 11:58 PM ET (US)     Profile for Tom W Clark  Send Email to Tom W Clark     
If you want the best, get yourself a pair of aluminum 12 gallon tanks from Mirax. They will probably cost you about $350 for the pair.
Tom W Clark posted 03-26-2002 12:09 AM ET (US)     Profile for Tom W Clark  Send Email to Tom W Clark     
The contact info for Mirax is here: http://continuouswave.com/ubb/Forum3/HTML/001383.html along with a discussion of these tanks.
lhg posted 03-26-2002 12:12 AM ET (US)     Profile for lhg    
Tom's advice is good, but very pricey. Otherwise the Tempo 13 gallon Ultra PBW's, $39.95/ea in current Bass Pro marine catalog, are your best bet. Moellers in this 13 gallon capacity, are odd shaped at bottom, and won't work. I use a pair of the these Tempo's under my Outrage RPS for extended range cruising. They work fine.
masbama posted 03-26-2002 11:18 AM ET (US)     Profile for masbama  Send Email to masbama     
Thanks for the info. I may have to go the cheap route-at least this year. So the PBW's fit under the seat? No modifications? Thanks!
Salmon Tub posted 03-26-2002 11:36 AM ET (US)     Profile for Salmon Tub  Send Email to Salmon Tub     
Masbama, I have two of the tempo tanks in my Montauk. They work fine. Because they have rounded edges, they sometimes shift a little aft in rough water. They are a real tight fit (vertically) because of the gas caps. I purchased 2 quicksilver caps at a mercury dealer. They are $7 or so each and sit about .75 inches lower. I had a pair of these tanks that were stolen from my boat, so I bought a new one and run with 1 13gal, and 1 7.5gal. Buy them at Bass Pro - only $40 each, or take a bass pro catalog to West Marine and see if they will price match.

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