Re: Seafarer 38 fuel tank replacement
Interesting. Because of the uncertainties involved with cutting out that much floor and the dinette. I decided to gut the tank by cutting off the end closest to the engine and then crawling inside to remove the baffles. Trying to pull the tank out didn't work so I assume it is somehow attached to the water tank. Perhaps epoxied together, pins, i don't know. I have a pair of poly tanks I'm going to put up inside the skeleton of the old tank. Combined its only 34 gallons, but I really prefer the plastic.