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Fuel tanks - 6 Gallon Fuel Tank / Portable Kit (OMC/Evinrude/Johnson) 5/16"

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6 Gallon Fuel Tank / Portable Kit (OMC/Evinrude/Johnson) 5/16"


This handy 5-piece kit is useful for outboard boats. Comes complete with a prime bulb, female connector, male connectors, hose clamps, and fuel tank.

Kit Contents:

6 Gallon Fuel Tank/Portable with Gauge (Code 3312)
Fuel Line with Primer Bulb - 5/16" Hose. (Code 3100)
Fuel Line Female Connector for OMC, Johnson & Evinrude - 5/16” Barb (Code 2885) - Pair
Fuel Line Connector for OMC, Johnson & Evinrude 1/4" NPT Male (Code 2886)
Hose Clamps (Code 2324) - Pair


Six (6) Gallon Fuel Tank (Product Number: 3312)
Perfect for inflatables and dinghies
High strength ergonomic handle - Leak Proof Design
Easy-to-read mechanical direct sight gauge included
Dimensions: 23" (L) x 11.4" (W) x 8.85"
Capacity: 6 Gallon

Prime Bulb w/ Fuel Line, 5/16" (Product Number: 3100)
Hose Size: 5/16"
Length: 6 ft
Fuel Demand Valve: Yes
Ethanol Compatible: Yes

Female Connector for OMC, 5/16" Barb (Product Number:2885)
Connection: 5/16" hose barb
Material: Molded acetal plastic
Compatibility: Mercury

Male Connector for OMC, 1/4” NPT (Product Number: 2886)
Threads: 1/4" NPT
Material: Brass
Compatibility: Johnson/Evinrude

Note: Any low-permeation tank may become pressurized when exposed to direct sunlight or any other source of heat. Under these conditions, you may see the tank expand or bulge. Do not place the tank in a confined area that prevents this normal expansion. Pressurized low-permeation fuel system components require a thread sealant specifically designed for the unique conditions they create to maintain a leak-proof seal at their threaded connections. Tape-type thread sealants will not withstand the pressurized conditions potentially created within low-permeation systems.



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