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Old 04-27-2016, 08:54 PM   #39
City: Venice Louisiana
Country: United States
Join Date: Dec 2013
Posts: 1,097
Ok, try to sell a boat with bladders. It would be like trying to sell your house that has central heat and air but it dont work so you put in window units. That just tells me the PO was to cheap to do it right and begs the question of "where else did he cut corners ?" I'm fully aware of fuel bladder applications from race cars to coast guard training vessells and I am not saying they wont or dont work. Just not for this. I feel the same way about putting in plastic tanks instead of replacing the as installed tank. If I looked at a boat to buy that had either it would need to be an above average boat in every other way, and still would be suspect. I would make an offer that would allow for proper tank replacement.
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