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Inspecting Fuel Tanks by Bill Parlatore

The condition of your fuel tanks should be every captain’s concern. Our thanks to Bill Parlatore for this excellent article.

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Inspecting Fuel Tanks

It is a good idea to inspect your fuel tanks every so often. Keeping them dry and well secured is vital for toruble free cruising. It also helps to check other components that come in contact with the tanks. Having piece of mind is a good thing. 
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