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Old 07-07-2012, 10:35 AM   #8
rwidman
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Originally Posted by GonzoF1 View Post
Yes. He says they do it quite often. Although, I'd almost say that it would be worth a look to consider having a fiberglass craftsmen fabricate a panel to access your access plate.
There are no access plates currently (that I know of). I don't think I could replace the fuel level sender without moving the tank. I've never tried, though.

The top of one tank is under a seating/storage area so cutting the deck wouldn't be a problem.

The other tank is under my newly installed AMTICO simulated teak and holly flooring so that will only be cut if the boat will no longer run.
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