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How do I remove a gas tank from my 23 ft sea fox boat tank

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How do I remove a gas tank from my 23 ft sea fox boat tank is in the floor it's a walk around 2002
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Boat
Expert:  Joe replied 2 years ago.
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The biggest job is gaining access, on this model I believe it does not have an hatch/cover, if it does you will know as there will be an area in the floor/deck that is sealed with sealant and screws, if not and floor is solid then there are only two ways to access the tank if there is no other access. These two ways are separate hull from upper deck at rub rail, or cut a hole in the floor to remove the tank which many people do not know is very common and many boats this is the required job to access/replace the tank, once done one has the option to then make a access lid or fiberglass the floor/deck back into place and refinish the surface.
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