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150 Montauk Fuel Tank
|Author||Topic: 150 Montauk Fuel Tank|
posted 04-10-2006 10:27 AM ET (US)
I have one on order and my dealer doesn't have one that I can take measurements from. I don't like the tank set up and want to go to a single, I would like 18 gal if possible.
Has anyone replaced the two 6 gal tanks with a single?
I would like to figure out what tank I can stuff in there befor the boat gets here next week.
Thanks in advance
posted 04-10-2006 04:43 PM ET (US)
I got my boat at Schock Boats in Newport Beach, Ca. I picked up a 27gal after market white fiberglass tank that takes up the entire space underneath the seat.
posted 04-11-2006 12:54 PM ET (US)
Congrats on your new Whaler. I saw one at the boat show this winter, and it's a sharp looking little rig. To my eye, it's almost as large as my former classic Montauk.
The pilot seat appeared to be the same one used one the 170 Montauk, but perhaps a bit lower. A Pate tank would be the hot set up, but the most expensive by a long way. Perhaps Whaler can tell you if the seat is the same as a 170 and you can go from there.
posted 04-11-2006 01:12 PM ET (US)
I just purchased a new 150 Montauk and had a 18 gal Pate tank installed. I haven't seen it yet as it's still at the dealers - but my understanding is the center consol / seat is the same size as the 170 Montauk. The measurements on the 18 gallon Pate tank are 30 1/4" long, 19' wide and 9" height. Shouldn't be a problem - you might want to give Pate a call - ph# 888-438-1263.
Enjoy the boat,
posted 04-11-2006 04:36 PM ET (US)
Found the website http://www.tackletour.com/reviewpate.html
posted 04-11-2006 06:30 PM ET (US)
As usual the information on this site is great, thanks guys.
I was going to go with a Tempo but I think now I will go with Pate and do it right.
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