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  1. Has anyone removed an original fuel tank from a 92 18 Master Angler? I have been searching this forum and others for info. I'm in the process of restoring mine and need to figure out if I can remove the tank from the cockpit deck. There doesn't seem to be much room to tilt and pull the tank out from the deck area, unless its just a matter of cutting the deck far back enough. The other problem I'm wondering about is how the tank is secured, and any methods to get it out. Help is much appreciated, thanks. I have been working on removing all the hardware and repairing fiberglass. I have the console removed so I figured I would look into replacing the tank even if I don't have leaks.Pretty sure I have a 45gal tank but thinking of replacing it with a 35-40 gal smaller Moeller Marine permanent tank since I'm running a F150. Still researching......
  2. 1990 Hewes Bonefisher 19'

    New user here, stumbled upon this forum at the perfect time because I just got a 1990 hewes Bonefisher with a Yamaha 90 ETLF and I'm excited about getting ready to take out! As old as it is, I want to replace the fuel lines from the tank and remove any old fuel and debris in the tank first. I'm curious to find the easiest and most efficient way to do so. I will upload pictures tomorrow after work (Colin made it impossible to work on today) I look forwarded to learning from you all and giving advice when and where I can! Thanks!
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