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Old 04-09-2019, 08:55 AM   #1
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Default Sending unit swap

Had to replace the sending unit in my main tank. Unfortunately, Crestliner didn't install any access panels from the factory so as you can see, I had to do some disassembly.. Needless to say, I will be installing some access panels in the floor before I put things back together. Installing the new sending unit was simple enough, just getting to it was the hard part. Anyway, for anyone who has a Crestliner Eagle and needs to swap a sending unit, here's where they are. I also trimmed about 3" off of the vent hoses to hopefully alleviate the painfully slow fueling process which always results in fuel spewing out of the vents if I pump the gas in too fast. We'll see how the next fill up goes. How she sits right now, waiting for the access panels to arrive.
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