Somebody  know  how  to  replace  the  fuel  tank  on that  model ? Need  to  cut the  cockpit  or remove  engine  and  take  the  tank out by the  engine  room ? Some  help  it's  always  appreciate ! Thank  you  guy's ! 

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Not sure of that model but try taking the two inboard exhaust manifolds off and measure between engines. On my 31 it was enough. I designed the replacements to go back the same way. If yours are round then square them off to get more capacity.

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