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Old 02-12-2014, 04:30   #31
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Re: Anchor Locker Drain Too Low

It's not my installation. In fact this whole thing is jacking my thread. This dude's propane tank placement has nothing to do with my anchor locker drain being too low.

That being said I see nothing in section 1-12 that would suggest having your propane tank in the bow of the boat would break AbYC reg.

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