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Old 06-22-2014, 10:14 PM   #1
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Default Gas tank leaking on 1995 2300SC Cuddy

Any suggestions on how to remove the aluminum gas tank in the 2300SC? I can see about 6" of it from the engine compartment, but the balance is under the ski locker. Looks like an engine removal and hopefully slide it out.
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Don welcome aboard.

I suspect the floor needs to be removed to get at the tank. It is screwed and foamed in place. Not a fun job but doable.
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I suspect the floor needs to be removed to get at the tank. It is screwed and foamed in place. Not a fun job but doable.
Thanks. Any recalls on the tank? It is leaking.
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Not that I know of. The tank is almost 20 years old and it is not the first time I have heard of one leaking. To get more info I suggest you take a look at the bayliner site as several folks have do this job and documented it well with lots of pictures.
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