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side panels in salon covering fuel tank fillers

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side panels in salon covering fuel tank fillers

Postby scoobychonx » February 6th, 2015, 4:35 am

Hi has anyone removed the side panels in the salon of a 91 3608 ive got to gain access to the fuel tank fillers and vent pipes for the purpose of a boat safety scheme which we have over here if your on inland waterways. Any advice would be appreciated because I don't want to have to start cutting inspection
hatches out. Many thanks lee

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Re: side panels in salon covering fuel tank fillers

Postby Ramsport47 » February 6th, 2015, 6:52 am

I've never seen the bulkhead having to be removed. Carver usually put an access panel either in the floor near the bulkhead or in the bulkhead itself to access the senders and hoses/lines.
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Re: side panels in salon covering fuel tank fillers

Postby scoobychonx » February 7th, 2015, 9:06 am

You can gain access to the sender and fuel feed lines through the engine hatches but you cant gain access to the fuel filler hoses without removing the side panels as there isn't any inspection hatches in them. Thanks for your reply though.

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