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Subject: Re: seamaster 87 water tank

Ian S
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Date Posted: 12:49:57 12/08/2007 Sun
In reply to: Murfitt 's message, "seamaster 87 water tank" on 19:09:04 31/07/2007 Tue

>Our water tank has rusted through!! We're new to all
>this! Where do we get a new one we've been advised to
>get a stainless steal one made up, and what sort of
>job is it to get the old one out and a new one in?

I had a new fuel tank made in stainless steel by Norris in Isleworth. It was about 4 years ago and as I recall cost about 160 for a 85 litre tank. Any stainless fabricator should be able to make one. For fuel tanks there are regulations for inland waters to be complied with.

Alternatively, tek-tanks do bespoke plastic tanks for about the some price and they have the advantage that being translucent you can see the level of the fluid, assuming that you can see the side of the tank when installed.


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