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12-17-2011 10:31 PM
PaulfromNWOnt Thought about doing something similar, but just using a barb fitting on the gas cap vent. I decided to leave the fuel tank in the cockpit under a cover, and keep the extra storage space available underneath.

Not as clean as your setup, but it suits my needs.
12-17-2011 09:41 PM
Lake Superior Sailor Where you vent out the line, you need to bring the hose higher then the vent ,before you vent out. leave a loop, so anything going in the vent has to go up before traveling down the vent-Dale
12-17-2011 08:36 PM
PaulSims Loop? not familiar with that. What do you mean?
12-17-2011 02:54 PM
Lake Superior Sailor Looks good; You might want to include a loop in vent line.--Dale
12-17-2011 02:39 PM
PaulSims Vent and Fuel Line Quick Connect. I hate having extra clutter running around in the cockpit.
12-16-2011 09:23 PM
Gas Fume Vent

Surely I'm not the first to address this problem, but haven't been able to find any pictures or posts on how to fix. My Solution: Add a quick connect to the gas tank, run it to an external vent fitting. Keep the tank cap-vent closed while on board.

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