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Agree Wheels. Another option if you have a tank with no drain at the base is to have a bung inserted directly above the low point, o. The top. Then, if there is any water in your separator glass bowl, clent it, then remove the bung, put in the tube from a vacuum oil extractor,  right to the bottom of the tank.  Suck it out until only clean diesel comes out. 

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I my view, in nearly every tank installation, there is a design flaw. The Fuel line does not come from or go down to the very bottom of the tank. The idea is that it then does not pick up water. That

I'll agree with that. Developed pin holes in the fuel tank on my Cav 32. Had to remove the engine to get the fuel tank out. Had the same happen in my present boat, tank is in under saloon seat. 

solution easier than you think,use the boat and keep tank full,

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