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Just found out through a checkmate dealer who has retired, there was a problem with the tanks rotting and getting pin holes. Great Now I have to remove my ta nk and replace it. Do I need to cut the floor and get the tank out that way? This will be a winter project, but I need a plan on how I am going to start this project. Where can I get the information to follow how to do this
Thank you very much for the information, where is speedy tank located? I am in Pa. and the boat is at Deep Creek Lake Md. So I guess I will cut the floor along the stringers the length of the tank and lift it out. Are there any good places to go to get guidance for this job?