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Old 11-08-2019, 13:55   #46
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Re: Economy fuel polishing

Great thread!

I just purchased a "new-to-me" boat that had set on a mooring forever. I knew there were going to be fuel issues and I hate it when I'm right.

Looking at integrating a polishing system into the boat and this thread has been a wealth of knowledge and is saving me a lot of money. The Carter pump is a great help. Standard "marine" transfer pumps are all too high-flow for my set up and I can't justify the cost. The Carter looks perfect at a much more affordable price!

Placing my Amazon order now!

Thanks guys!
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