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Old 01-09-2021, 09:01 PM
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Decided to put them un-used gas tanks to use.
Got some bulk floor material and had em make me a new floor.







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Had the seat bases polished while they were out .









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Had the seat bases polished while they were out .









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Very nice job.
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Great looking results!
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Looking good. I hate storing fenders - they are bulky and awkward.....
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Great job Dan . I have an unrelated question related to my thoughts on staggering my flat deck . How much smaller volume wise did you shrink your fuel tanks and how much shorter did you make ? Thanks RG
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Originally Posted by seafordguy View Post
Looking good. I hate storing fenders - they are bulky and awkward.....
and wet , and always in the way . I`m tired of it !



Great job Dan . I have an unrelated question related to my thoughts on staggering my flat deck . How much smaller volume wise did you shrink your fuel tanks and how much shorter did you make ? Thanks RG
I keep forgetting to take those measurement for ya !
used to be 140 gallons each now 60 gallons each I think .
I have 100mile range which is good enough for me.

They now they end at the bolsters .
I can take measurements







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Looks good Dan, those seat frames are *****en
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Thanks Dan , I am trying to shrink the cockpit the least amount that I have to. I am guessing I will have to shrink tanks about a foot so given what I see in your picture they will still be over 100 gallons . Cheers RG .
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wow came out great!!! awesome idea especially love the booster seat frames!!!!

quick question on the fuel tanks...we have a 1994 which has access panels to the tanks. Your boat looks like it has a different setup? You had to cut the floor out?



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