The Moeller 22-Gallon White Tank is specifically designed to replace OEM tanks on Boston Whaler Montauk 15' and 17' center console boats. It is white in color instead of traditional red to blend in with whaler colors. It features exclusive molded fill neck with side angle orientation for easy access.
Made from marine grade cross-linked polyethylene for light weight and durability, all tanks are USCG, NMMA and ABYC compliant. The mechanically vented cap floats and is easy to grip with ribbed design.
Tanks include 90° 1/4" NPT Moeller patented "Poplock" aluminum withdrawal elbow that swivels 360° without losing its seal. Injection molded 2 1/4" fill neck with gauge and vent. One-year warranty. Tank must be secured with permanent hold down kit.
Available for boats built before 2011 and for EPA-compliant boats built after 2011.
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Going forward, it's important that you understand the changes Moeller made to their above deck topside tanks over 12 gallons to be used on boats built after 2011. Changes include a new EPA-compliant 2-stage fuel cap that clicks when it closes. The BR (Barrier version) tanks are pressurized to a minimum of 5 lbs. of internal pressure. These tanks comply to the 5% open headspace requirement for both EPA and non-EPA tank models. Each tank has a full fill line molded into it to remove the guesswork.
29.25" L x 19.00" W x 13.58" H
29.25" L x 19.00" W x 14.00" H
Moeller Boston Whaler Topside Fuel Tank Features:
Durable 22 gallon rotomold white topside tank.
Manufactured in high density polyethylene with UV-stabilized resin.
E10 Ethanol compliant. Will not delaminate, rust, or experience galvanic corrosion.
Specifically designed for use in Boston Whaler Montauk 15' and 17' consoles.
Molded fill neck with side angle orientation for ease of access.
Exclusive PL3 pickup design with 360 degree swivel.
Also includes 395009 twelve inch Kelch fuel cap with site gauge and vent.
Can be used with 035711-10 Hold Down Strap Kit or 035710 Permanent Fuel Tank Hold Down Kit.
CE Certified and both ABYC & NMMA compliant
Is the BR EPA model white, as in picture, or red? Moeller website seems to show only red in EPA compliant section, and white in the International Use Only section.
Looks like that item number is in Red only.
JD Tech Team
I have a 2015 150 Montauk....will installation interfere with anything? Also what else is needed to install?
Just slide it in under the seat. Nothing special needed although I believe they make a securing kit you can purchase
I installed the 22 gal tank beneath the pilot seat of a Montauk 17 and it fit perfectly. Don't know about the dimensions for the Montauk 15. Have you measured?
perfect fit. nothing needed for install if standard 17 Montauk, mine is a 1983 center console
Thus tank fit very well in my Montauk. I fastened it down with some Stainless clips. I can't remember where I got the clips?I'm very happy with tank, and haven't run out of gas since installing ....I hope this helpsMy boat is wrapped, so I can't get pictures for a while
Installation was simply disconnecting the fuel line and reconnecting to the new tank. Everything else I did was optional: replaced the mat and added an in-line fuel filter. it only took a few minutes!
Sorry, mine was a 1984. I added structure with seaboard (3/4 inch) in front and behind the tank and use straps. Only other part was the fuel line connection. I elected to take the portable tank style into the new tank so I could quick disconnect. Not sure I have disconnected yet all year but will when I move the tank for a good deck cleaning now and then *every year or two)
Tank fits great under seat with no interference
Does this model come with a fuel gage?
Yes, it is built into the filler cap.
It has a gauge on the cap. Fairly accurate.
It does have a fuel gauge. It's not precise, and the indicator bounces around with boat movement, but it gives you a general reading.
The fuel gage is on the filler cap. Seems to be pretty accurate but my boating experience indicates one should fill when gage reads 1/4 tank, regardless of the tank.
Yes it has afuel gauge.
Yes there is fuel gage on the cap
There is a Guage in the cap.
I have a 2005 E-tec 90 and would like to know what additional equipment is needed to install this on my 1998 BW Montauk....i.e fuel fittings and tie-down....ect...?
Yes we used corner L blocks screwed to the deck theres a lot of weight when full and one strap wont do it
How high is this tank? Thanks. Gary
My boat is in storage so I cannot measure. It fits under the seat of a whaler montauk very well. I love the tank
I believe 18 inches it fits nice under the standard whaler seat, and it looks good. Hope this helps
About 12.375" in height.If you are mounting it in a whaler and replacing original tanks you may have to modify the mounting retainers on the deck. That is so the tank will sit on the deck and not be held up off the deck by the tank position retainers.You should only have to remove the mid tank retainers and not the perimeters.Hope that helps.
Not sure because the boat is under a tarp now. But it fits perfectly in a new Montauk 17.
Will this fit under a helm seat of a 1976 17' Boston Whaler sport?
Yes, it's very close to the original equipment size. The plastic is much more ethanol-friendly than the original fiberglass tanks! Very pleased with mine!
I've installed it under the seat of my 2006 170 Montauk. Double check the measurements. It does need to and is designed to stick out from under enough to expose filler. I believe that it would have fit ok under my 83 17 Montauk. Hope this was helpful.
yes. no problem fitting under my Montauk seat.(89)you also don't have to pull the tank(s) out to refill
I am not sure. My boat is a 1976 montauk and it fits under that seat perfect. Sorry , I am not that familiar with other models.
Yes it is a prefix fit
JOHN B MAYER
Don't know what a helm seat on a 1976 Boston Whaler Sport looks like. It fits perfectly under my 1984 17' Whaler helm seat. It is the seat that has the back rest that flips forward for trolling out of the back of the boat or sitting /standing while facing forward. Why don't you take a measurement of the space under your seat?
Unless there has been a radical change in the seat configuration on a 1976 to a 2003 Montauk is an easy change out. Took out 2 - 6 gal. plastic tanks and replaced it with with the Moeller 22. You will have the install new tank tie-downs and wood strips to keep the tank from sliding around. You may also have to remove the existing tank stops for the smaller tanks to keep the Moeller flush to the deck.
Sorry I can't give you any guidance here. My boat is a 2004 and it fits perfectly. Not sure about your 1976. Before I purchased I measured the dimensions of the old tank to make sure. You might try that or just measure the dimensions of your space. Good luck.
My boat is a 17 montawk early 90's It fits good I assume it will fit yours too
That is the same boat for which I bought it, based upon measurements. I have not yet installed it, so cannot confirm.
Not sure about the 76 but it fits with room to spare under my 79 17ft mantauk
Will this tank fit under the consol of a 1971 Montauk consol? This is the wooden consol.
Not too sure about that, it's designed to fit under the seat. I put this tank in my 1988 17 montauk & I love it fit perfect. I'd measure under your consol & check the dimensions on this tank it may work for you but I'm not sure.
Not sure it fits snugly under the seat of a 1980 montauk
I do not know. My Whaler has the fiberglass center console with wooden doors and the "Shepherd's Hook" This gas tank would not fit inside my console unless I took it completely out and sat it over the tank and re installed the console.My gas tank fits perfectly underneath the pilot's seat. It is the whaler seat that has the wooden back with storage space in it and the back of the seat can be set forward for turning around to troll or aft to make it a regular riding seat. I believe the tank is made for this seat.
It fits perfect in my 17 montauk
Unfortunately, I am unable to answer your question as my boat is a newer (2004) 17 Montauk and I don't think I have the same seat console. I verified fit by measuring my existing tank.I will say mine is a nice tank.Good luck.
Not sure.... If you mean the center console. The tank is designed to fit under the bench seat. Fit my 1988 like a glove. Hank
Not sure-- I put mine under a 1976 seat and works great. Sorry for not knowing!
The wires ,Steering cable ,gas lines ,electrics wires ,run down into an access that runs back.is there a notch in the front ( bow end) of the tank for these ?Charlie
Charlie, There is no notch or access port for wires, cables or other stuff to go under tank. My cables and wires on the 17' Whaler go under the floor deck. The tank looks well made, but I haven't installed it yet. Bob
No. My whaler is a 1989. But, all of my cables run behind the tank and down in the "bilge" area. Fantastic replacement tank though.
There is no notch in the front or back of the tank. My 17' Whaler has space between the deck (floor) and the bottom (hull) of the boat for wires steering cable and fuel line. My tank sits under my seat with the fuel tank cap barely sticking out for access. The technician who installed the tank and seat drilled a hole through the deck at the base of the tank and placed a finishing washer in the whole and ran the fuel line under the deck to the motor. The steering & throttle cables and other wires enter underneath the deck concealed under the base of the console.
those cables (steering controls ect are correctly routed into the sub deck rigging tube at a point under the console.The deck port allowing access to the rigging tube near the fuel tank is for the fuel line to the outboard.If a 17 BW Montauk is rigged as designed, there shouldnt be an issue using this tank
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
South Hero, VT
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.
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Good product that fit well. Speedy delivery.
Best priced Montauk fuel tank solution
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!
Maitland, Florida USA
fuel tank for montauk 17
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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.
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.
Installed easily would have like to seen indentation molded into tank so hose didn't pinch , pulled hose out of bilge
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