July 9, 2019
Was very simple and a great improvement to the two six gallon tanks I had before. I had to cut a "shim" to keep table level and from wobbling. I also used a snitch strap to hold it in place, I think I'll eventually screw down corner feet to hold it a bit more permanently
April 16, 2015
Good product that fit well. Speedy delivery.
July 30, 2014
product was perfect priced right fast shipping u guys are great i will highley reccomed
July 28, 2014
No fuss. No muss. Fits perfect. Easy installation. Drain down the old tank before you make the switch. That way, there's less fuel to transfer. Looks good after installation.
July 1, 2014
Looks much better than the faded and stained red one that was in there previously. Gas gauge is a little pessimistic. But that's OK. When you make the switch, run the gas down n the old one first. Transfer the remaining gas via a hand pump.
June 3, 2014
Great looking also had a great experience in doing business with JD
May 17, 2014
Great Product, easy to install.
May 13, 2016
The only problem I had , was that the tank sits on the fuel line coming out of the floor. I had to install a brass elbow so the line didn't get pinched.
January 10, 2015
By using white NP1 adhesive caulk, one can affix (8) 1"x1"x 1/4" thick Starboard wafers and then 1/2" rubber feet to the bottom of the tank that will elevate it up off the deck in such a manner as to allow clearance for the existing fuel hose routing. Also, this keeps it dry under the tank by not trapping moisture there. Hold the tank in place by fabricating (4) 1/2" Starboard corner brackets in the Seafoam shade screwing down into the deck with SS screws. It does not move!
July 1, 2014
Installed easily would have like to seen indentation molded into tank so hose didn't pinch , pulled hose out of bilge