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Glorious

Well, the nightmare has happened. Lots of fuel dripping out from under the portside fuel tank Can the starboard be far behind? As you recall, Glorious/Born Free is a 1972 boat. I believe her current tanks are aluminum as they don't look like s.s. and a maganet doesn't stick. Bud, I think I am going to need a set of your plasitic tanks. Please let me know cost , ship time etc. I heard that in my case, the foot well can be removed to make this job much easier. It does look like the well is a seperate moulding set inside the deck mould. Any advice, direction would be appreciated. Now check this out, the tank began leaking when we were in route to and one mile from the boat yard and a scheduled haul out. As they say, there is a silver lining.

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