Originally Posted by Brewgyver
"Hazardous materials box"?? Not sure what you've got. If you had a tank in each hull located within a few feet of each outboard
, the internal pumps would probably work
just fine... The KISS principle. But if you've got to have Racors, you'd probably need an external pump
Yes, youíve got to have Racors.
Kiss isnít so kiss when you send water
and particulate matter to your engines. Then kiss turns to SOL. Ha ha
My hazardous materials box is a specially designed area, outdoors on the bridge deck, where all hazardous materials are located. Anything flammable. Itís completely open to the air/water below to keep all hazardous fumes out of the boat
It houses several propane tanks
, all junctions/fittings for the gasoline and propane
systems (all gasoline and propane lines are run without interruption from the box to the terminus), the Racor
filters, the ball valves to select which of the 3 inboard gasoline tanks you are drawing from. 150 gallons total capacity.