Thanks fellas. The reason I'm asking is I'm studying some photos of a build of the same boat in Oz. From the photo
attached you can see (blue arrows) what appears to be a fuel
line from the bottom corner of one fuel tank
to the other. This would automatically level both tanks
. The same appears to be true for the water
tank (red arrow). Now I'm not advocating drilling holes in the bottoms of tanks
but more of a siphon that picks up about 3/4 of the way down into a tank, out the top across to the other tank and back down 3/4 of the way. If a constant syphon was maintained it would level both tanks (eventually depending on size of hose).
Frz, I don't know of too many boats in this bitterly cold part of the world that need fuel
polishing systems. Maybe it's different out there in Winterpeg!
I don't really care about CG regulations
cause I work there!
I'm really thinking of ways I can make this as simple and hands free as possible. We're only talking about 40 gals in each tank. I'm more concerned about having the fuel return going to one tank and forgetting to switch over and possibly overfilling a tank. Dunno but that sounds like it could happen.