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574 Richard M. Hatch Re: seawater in through the gas vent? 8/18/2005 2:59:00

Hey there Art. I believe that to be a problem with my 2520 XL. I got up to 6
ounces of water from my racor filter on my last trip offshore where the seas
were 3 sometimes 4 and I burned about 80 gallons. I'm in the process of looking
for a vent cover. If you could put me in touch with your dealer I would
appreciate it.



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From: Art Marshall
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Sent: Thursday, August 18, 2005 4:33 PM
Subject: [parkerboats] seawater in through the gas vent?

My dealer has told me he is experiencing a problem with customers
getting seawater into the gas tank via the vent. Evidently the
problem is so common for him he has had a "shoe type cover" machined
to fit over the vent to install on the hull to prevent this problem.
Has anybody experienced this circumstance? I have not and fish
whenever I can in all conditions fishable.

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