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Re: Cleaning Out a Diesel Tank

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4 years dead, Now Look at it.
Good threads never die, they just leave you hanging.
...did Medsailor get his inspection hole cut?
...did SimonV get offshore without dead critters in his tank?
...and what about taking two very large dogs cruising on a sailboat? oh wrong thread my bad
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Re: Cleaning Out a Diesel Tank

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Good threads never die, they just leave you hanging.
...did Medsailor get his inspection hole cut?
...did SimonV get offshore without dead critters in his tank?
...and what about taking two very large dogs cruising on a sailboat? oh wrong thread my bad
YES! Inspection holes cut! Tank is spiffy clean! Nobody was immolated and S/V (or is it M/V?) Fairhaven has put a couple hundred hours on the same Racor filter now. Life is good with a clean diesel tank. You should have seen the fistfuls of crud I pulled out.

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