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Does anyone need a spare CNG bottle and an adaptor that allows you to fill at any commercial station. I fill mine for less than $2.00 compared to the charge of $50.00 that was charged in Atlanta the last time.
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CNG for Boats

Hi! Just joined Sail Net and saw your post. Would be interested in the adapter. Bought a Catalina 27 this past summer that came with CNG. Problem is I live in a place where there are no Marine Stores to fill the tank. We of course have lots of CNG vehicle fill stations. Is it safe to use. I see a number of articles about adapters people have made. Be interested in hearing your experience in using the adapter.

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