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Old 08-12-2008, 08:14 AM
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I had a similar situation years ago. It was a 25-year-old boat and I wanted to replace the 18-gallon tank. But first I had to remove the old one, and before doing that, it had to be drained since it was still half filled with gasoline. I simply siphoned it out when the boat was on the trailer. At the time, I had a few 5-gallon jerry cans to put the old fuel into. Seemed like the obvious course of action for me to take. I don't see why you even ask that question unless you have a very large boat with several hundred gallons still in the tank. But good luck with it.
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