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Jeremy McNary

10-28-2013 08:12:06

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whats the process for removing the fuel tank on a 2294? After it got destroyed this morning I was to mad to take much time to look at it. Looked in the service manual but didn't see anything in there about removal.

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Jeremy McNary

10-28-2013 16:08:09

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 Re: 2294 fuel tank in reply to Jeremy McNary, 10-28-2013 08:12:06  
Nevermind guys, after cooling off for awhile I looked it over and figured it out. Wasn't to bad other than the nuts were rusted tight to the bolts and just spun

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10-28-2013 19:53:43

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 Re: 2294 fuel tank in reply to Jeremy McNary, 10-28-2013 16:08:09  
When you reinstall the tank tell me what kind of luck you have doing that. To me they always seem to big and it's hard to get those rear retaining brackets back on, Rod.

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Jeremy McNary

10-29-2013 13:51:29

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 Re: 2294 fuel tank in reply to 1370rod, 10-28-2013 19:53:43  
You were right Rod, not real fun to put back together for something that seems so simple. The first bracket I put on brought out the sailor in me lol. For the second one I opened up the bend a little got the bolt in the top hole first and then pushed and beat the bottom in with a 2 lb deadblow hammer until the holes lined up.

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