|Item Package Dimensions L x W x H||20 x 13.5 x 9 inches|
|Package Weight||2.38 Kilograms|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||19 x 20 x 13.75 inches|
|Item Weight||1.3 Kilograms|
|Model Name||Attwood Boat Fuel Tanks|
|Number of Items||1|
|Included Components||EPA Certified 6 Gallon Portable Fuel Tank with Gauge|
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Attwood 8806LPG2 EPA and CARB Certified 6-Gallon Portable Marine Boat Fuel Tank with Gauge
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- Automotive-grade, multi-layer construction withstands the pressure build-up associated with closed fuel Systems
- Cap with built-in vacuum valve means no need for manual venting
- Meets epa and carb (California air resources board) regulations
- Complies with all ABYC/NMMA Requirements for portable marine fuel tanks
- Attwood develops high value, engineered marine products to make life on the water easier to enjoy
Attwood has engineered the industry’s only comprehensive EPA certified fuel tank-to-engine solution. Tough materials and innovative design stand up to harsh marine conditions. 6 gallon tank adapts to virtually any outboard engine. Includes gauge. Attwood Corporation has been an award-winning leader in engineering, testing, and manufacturing the highest quality marine products for over 100 years. We deliver safe and reliable lighting, fuel systems, water systems, seating & pedestals, swim ladders, custom upholstery, and general marine accessories that are easy to install and meet regulatory compliance.
Reviewed in the United States on July 19, 2015
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UPDATE: It has been a little over a month and it has leaked almost half the tank just sitting in the garage. I decided to use up the fuel on my RV generator (uses a mercury connector) and the generator ran for several hours and then died because of out of gas... BUT the it still has about a gallon left in the tank!!! Worthless Product!
Seriously, I had a brand new one and it was only half full of fuel. Left under the seat of my Whaler on a 70 degree day and it blew up like a football. Tons of pressure. Gasoline everywhere. And now the fuel gauge doesn't even work after the pressure was relieved.
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Reviewed in Mexico on December 10, 2020