I have a 1996 Parker 2520 MVSC with a total of 3 factory installed tanks, 2 of which I don't use. I filled all 3 tanks when I first bought her to get my line for bottom paint, but that extra 600+ pounds of weight is a lot to haul around all day, and truthfully... I don't need that sort of range. :shock:pelagic2530":rjd70uwq said:on this subject, has anyone ever put extra fuel tanks
on board a parker? i need about 30-50 more gallons as a reserve.
Interesting.IrishAyes":1ap6dyd9 said:Megabyte, I too have three tanks on my 94 2520. Only come as option with the MV from what I was told.
Man, i'd love to have your tanks. weve run the inlet on fumes a couple of times, and there just isnt enough room in the cockpit with an ice chest, a cooler, 3 five gallon buckets and 3 guys for gas cans. were thinking bladder tank to get us out, which we can then fold up and strap to the transom bracket. any thoughts?IrishAyes":124g9bnt said:Megabyte,
When I first bought the boat, i did some offshore fishing. used all of center tank and some in saddle tank. Only used that much on a VERY few occasions, thank the Lord. Now I do mostly fluke or inshore to midrange bottom fishing.