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529 j p Re: Re: 2320 SL 7/9/2005 7:57:00

fully agree. They were more interested in selling me the "other" electronics
instead of something as important as this. An accurate assessment of the volume
of gas would be nice as I'd rather not be dragging around 150 gallons of gas all
the time. However, after 25 hours I'm getting the impression that the OEM gauge
isn't that far off. Time will tell (and SeaTow).

icarusparker <<a href="/group/parkerboats/post?postID=w6uSNnV6ctKcvwvLVQTwHHrdSLw82oLBPXS7nsxDTIUpCVNCVRMeJxmv57GzUeSd1L4Aq8h4Lh9H8Bkm">icarusparker@...</a>> wrote:
There is something wrong with your dealer if he doesn't like Fuel Flow
meters. For under $150 you will know your engine better and have a
much more reliable means of measuring the fuel left in your tank.


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