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Milpro fuel bags

Postby Donzi Paul » January 26th, 2020, 3:25 pm

Found 2 new old stock 6 gal Milpro fuel bags for Dillon's boat. Once fuel is consumed they can be rolled and stowed allowing more deck space.

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Re: Milpro fuel bags

Postby chris oak » January 26th, 2020, 9:06 pm

Donzi Paul wrote:Found 2 new old stock 6 gal Milpro fuel bags for Dillon's boat. Once fuel is consumed they can be rolled and stowed allowing more deck space.

Cheers, Don


Where did you get those Don?
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Re: Milpro fuel bags

Postby Donzi Paul » January 27th, 2020, 5:54 pm

chris oak wrote:
Donzi Paul wrote:Found 2 new old stock 6 gal Milpro fuel bags for Dillon's boat. Once fuel is consumed they can be rolled and stowed allowing more deck space.

Cheers, Don


Where did you get those Don?


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Re: Milpro fuel bags

Postby Donzi Paul » February 21st, 2020, 10:44 am

Found another Mil/Pro fuel bag on UK Ebay. This one is a 6 Gal side mount that keeps the deck clear and will be rolled and stowed once empty. I now have 18 Gal total when needed for off shore. These bags can be dropped by Helos to black sporty boats if needed. ;)

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Re: Milpro fuel bags

Postby Andrew » May 27th, 2020, 9:03 pm

Those are sweet!

Also, black sporty boats. :D
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Re: Milpro fuel bags

Postby chris oak » May 31st, 2020, 9:26 am

Man Don, when those are new they are pricey! I just read about them and they were talking about how they can drop them from helicopters, crazy strong.
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Postby Donzi Paul » May 31st, 2020, 11:04 am

chris oak wrote:Man Don, when those are new they are pricey! I just read about them and they were talking about how they can drop them from helicopters, crazy strong.


Yeah have you ever seen one of the black boats at speed punching thru a wave crest and into a trough? Good seamanship should help prevent this , but shite happens.

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PS a friend just sent me a backup keel for shipping cost only. :bowrofl:
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