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Old 20-03-2015, 12:07   #91
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Re: Am I being cheap and/or stupid?

Originally Posted by Rustic Charm View Post
That's closing in on 600 litre tanks (wow!) , which are therefore clearly inbuilt tanks. A lot safer than having portable tanks, though still a need to be much more safety conscious when refuelling and carrying out maintenance than on a diesel.

I think it's funny what you yanks call 'gas'.

What do you call LPG fuel? (Petrol?)
Yep, I guess inbuilt tankage, a wooden Elco. I somewhat think they where just not part of the hull.

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