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Response to Marty Blt2ski post of approx 3/23/12:

I bought the 19 gal tank, not 12 gal. I got the one shaped 26x10x11, Moeller #032519. I bought from West Marine, their # 8975470, at $191.99, plus tax. I ordered on a Fri and they charged me $5.00 to have it for pickup Mon.

I did not look around at all for a secondhand tank or a better price. At that moment, I just needed a tank, so I could have an engine that runs, so I could put a lot of other stuff in motion. I had already shot all my available research time.

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Price correction: $194.99 plus tax

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Re: Fuel tank size for San Diego based Coastal

I realize you bought a 19, I'm looking at the sizes on their website, a 12 may fit in the place of my 7. If you paid $195'ish, a 12 should be 150-175 I would swag. Not a bad deal if I can get on that will work where Mine goes. Also good to know you got it at WM, should be easier to get etc vs direct to a degree too.

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Re: Fuel tank size for San Diego based Coastal

I see mine now on Amazon for 144.99!!!

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