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MOELLER
Low Permeation 9 Gallon Above-Deck Fuel Tank

$109.99

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Model # 12792156 | Mfg # 620009LP

Product Description

Made from marine-grade, cross-linked polyethylene, all tanks are USCG, NMMA and ABYC compliant. Mechanically vented cap floats and is easy to grip, with ribbed design. Tanks include 90°, 1/4" NPT, Moeller-patented “Poplock” aluminum withdrawal elbow that swivels 360° without losing its seal. Rotomolded 2 1/4" fill neck with gauge and vent. Meets EPA/CARB regulations effective 1/1/2011 and include an EPA-compliant, two-stage, ratcheting fuel cap.

  • Capacity: 9 gallons
  • Dimensions: 22 7/8"L x 14 5/16"W x 11 3/4"H
  • Warranty: One year

Specs

Low Permeation 9 Gallon Above-Deck Fuel Tank

Capacity 9 Gallons
Color Red
Dimensions 22 3/4" Length x 14" Width x 11 3/4" Height
Fittings 1/4 Inch NPT
Type Gas
Material Polyethylene
Securing System Strap Grooves
Above / Below Deck Above Deck

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Moeller Low Permeation 9 Gallon Above-Deck Fuel Tank
 
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1.0

I would NOT buy this product again!

By Austin

from Mystic, CT

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    Cons

    • Ineffective
    • Not Durable

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      Comments about Moeller Low Permeation 9 Gallon Above-Deck Fuel Tank:

      I experienced the exact same problems as the previous reviewer: cracking in the corners after only one year of use and problems with the vent cap.

      • Was this a gift?:
      • No

      (6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

       
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      piece of junk

      By unhappy tank buyer

      from southern md

      Comments about Moeller Low Permeation 9 Gallon Above-Deck Fuel Tank:

      I'm glad to be the first to leave a review on this tank. The "vented" cap does not vent. The only way to get it to vent is to unscrew the lid. The gauge is so far off you might as well just look at the level through the tank. My tank is just barely a year old, and last weekend I noticed the plastic is Delaminating and cracking in two of the corners on the top of the tank.I wish I could leave negative stars.

      • Was this a gift?:
      • No

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