Attwood has engineered the industry’s only comprehensive EPA certified fuel tank-to-engine solution. Tough materials and innovative design stand up to harsh marine conditions. 12-gallon tank is ideal for pontoon boats where more fuel capacity is needed. Includes gauge; low profile saves space Attwood Corporation has been an award-winning leader in engineering, testing, and manufacturing the highest quality marine products for over 100 years. We deliver safe and reliable lighting, fuel systems, water systems, seating & pedestals, swim ladders, custom upholstery, and general marine accessories that are easy to install and meet regulatory compliance.
When I purchased the two fuel tanks , I was informed they were vented . I've been using them for about a year and have had many problems with boat and vapor locking issue and carburetors. Took to repair shop and was informed these tanks are not vented. They are false advertisements on this fuel tank and would want a refund or vented caps for two tanks atleast .
I actually thought this product was great but due to the cap not being vented, it swells the tank and while my other one did not leak this one did from the output. Was not in the sun but in a large enclosed garage with about five degree increase from outside temp.
Very nice tank fit good in my tracker but needs vented cap no vent all the gas was pushed out thur carb.So buy a vented cap.
Purchased the tank about a month ago, called attwood twice and they said the cap had to be turned until it made rattling noises. the vent still dont work and the tank shrinks. i have to stop the boat all the time to allow air in. The fuel gauge dont work either. Will try to return it.
Filled it up, put the cap on, and the next morning, awoke to a garage filled with gas everywhere all over the floor. Garage temperature was no warmer than it was outside. Absolutely defective. I lost about half of what was put in the tank (roughly 5 to 6 gallons of gas). Yep....all gone.
I don't like how big it swells up when cap is closed right. They said it's designed to do that and perfectly ok. I leave my cap unrighteousness a touch when boat is stored so it doesn't expand like that. But tighten when we are using it. The gas can swelled up so big I couldn't pull it out from u fer the back bench
Purchased this for my pontoon ... Installed per the specs ... Filled it up and went to the lake ... Due to poor weather we haven't been out much. ... I just happened to notice the broken strap today ... This tank and or cap does not vent itself ... It had swelled so badly that it broke one of the mounting straps. .. The fuel cap says to tighten to 3 clicks .. I did this ... I had to use pliers to remove the cap to vent the pressure inside the tank ... Luckily the temps here in Kentucky have not exceed 65 degrees .. Otherwise I'd Probly be dealing with a busted tank ... Disappointed!!!!
Yes it swells up but not too bad if you can keep it in the shade away from sun and heat. Best to let the pressure off from time to time. You can still smell gas fumes but a lot less than a tank that has an open vent. It performs well for my specific need. I have a pump and a hose connected to it and I transfer fuel very easily. Takes about 10 minutes or so to transfer it out using a holly red pump.