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Paul Frillici
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Posted: September 13 2006 at 00:23 | IP Logged Quote Paul Frillici

Does anyone out there know if the 2000 GS 249 has a fiberglass gas tank or is it something else?  I live in California and I'm starting to worry about everything I'm reading in Boat/US regarding the ethanol content in CA gas and what it can do to clog up my engine???  Any advice appreciated.  Thanks
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Posted: September 13 2006 at 08:10 | IP Logged Quote rwidman

Well, my 2003 has what appears to be a plastic fuel tank.  To check, remove the mattress from the aft cabin (you'll have to roll it up and secure it with bungee cords to ge it through the passageway).  You will see a plastic deckplate (it's the access to the fuel level sender).  Remove the cover and inspect the tank.  You will need a flashlight, it's dark in there.  You might be able to just prop the mattress up out of the way to inspect the tank.

Have fun! 

soon to be Camano Troll
Glastron GS249
North Charleston, SC
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Posted: September 13 2006 at 08:56 | IP Logged Quote proveick

It is indeed plastic.  I have had many questions about my boat eg. holding tank size, how to pop the fuse to the windlass etc.  I email Glastron and get an answer directly from them usually within 2-3 days. They are very helpful and I have been happy with their assistance.



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