Attwood Portable Fuel Tanks With Gauges

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Attwood Portable Fuel Tanks With Gauges -
Attwood Low-Permeation Fuel Tanks feature tough, multilayer construction that virtually eliminates fuel evaporation. Injection-molded interfaces deliver years of leak-free performance. Accurate, easy-to-read fuel gauges and Attwood’s-exclusive high-flow automatic fuel caps. EPA and CARB certified.
Attention: Attaching a Male Tank Fitting to Attwood Tanks.
• Requires male tank fittings compatible with standard 1/4” NPT threads.  The use of an appropriate thread sealant must be used to avoid fuel leakage from any pressurized fuel tank threaded fitting.  This can be a properly installed thread tape or thread sealant.  Attaching any fittings to the pressurized fuel tank without the use of a properly installed thread sealant will likely result in some fuel seepage thru the connector threads and be visible on and around the tank.
The use of a Attwood Universal Sprayless Connector is Highly recommended.  The Universal Sprayless Connector replaces traditional fuel tank fittings and is designed to fit any fuel system, and its ease of use makes the refueling process safe and easy. Prevent the wasteful and unsafe loss of fuel from tanks by incorporating the Universal Sprayless Connector with your fuel tank.
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Attwood Portable Fuel Tanks With Gauges Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Outstanding

Works great and exceeded expectations
rusty2 at Cabelas on 07/30/2013

Negative Reviews:

Defective Product?

Gas leaked from the outside of the valve at the point where it attaches to the fuel tank. Not sure if the pressure in the tank needed to be released -- I don't recall seeing anything in the instructions and there is no comment as such on the tank. I had also removed the fuel line attachment, so that was not drawing gas out in any way. This leak didn't slow down, even as the tank was in the position show in the photo (valve on top). I thought the gas would stop coming out when the fuel level dropped, but when I returned to the boat after a few days, all of the fuel had drained out. Product was new, not worn down in any way.
HappierOutside at Cabelas on 05/29/2013

Bad

Leaks gas out of its fittings.
MontanaElkkiller at Cabelas on 07/17/2013

Neutral Reviews:

attwood fuel tank

This fuel tank is generally constructed of high quality plastic materials. The reason I only rated it a 3 is that the flange that holds the appropriate male connector, will not allow this connector to be threaded into it more than 3 threads. The joint at the connector leaks fuel. If
you put fuel in the tank to check for leaks, then you cant return it. I coated the threads on the male connector with 20/20 sealer, that cured the leak problem.
JWC49 at Cabelas on 06/11/2013