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Old 04-08-2013, 10:27 AM   #1
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Default Bladder on my Mako

I too have an ATL bladder for my Mako. I use to run out to the fishing grounds, roll it up when it's empty and stow it. Piece of cake! Very sturdy product and have no issues at all with it! Good luck to ATL here on THT and thanks for a great product
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Thank you for the kind words!
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What pump or method do you use to transfer the fuel?
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Can you run a hose directly off the bladder straight to the engines? I ask because I have a small cockpit so I would like to burn the bladder on the way out and roll it up when I get where I am going then use the tanks in the boat.
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ATL bladder is a great product!

Seems most guys run the fuel through their fuel filter. You should have an available port to hook up a quik disconnect hose between it and the bladder. Search posts on here....
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I've actually been thinking about buying an ATL bladder. Any THT discounts?
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I've actually been thinking about buying an ATL bladder. Any THT discounts?
I am also ready to buy. looking at some trips to Dry Tortuga and Havana. it would be nice if our friends at ATL would open up some discounts so we can spread the word that it is a good time to buy
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I use my 50 gallon to fill my boat from my truck vs marina. at a minimum of a dollar difference I save $50 per use but in reality it's more. That bag paid for itself right away. I hold 150 gallons ....
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I use my 50 gallon to fill my boat from my truck vs marina. at a minimum of a dollar difference I save $50 per use but in reality it's more. That bag paid for itself right away. I hold 150 gallons ....
What do you use to pump from bladder to boat?
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From the bed of my truck to the boat is about 75'. Run a hose and gravity does the rest, no pumps.
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Default 150 gallon fuel bladder

I just purchased a 150 gallon fuel bladder from ATL and it will not fit the location I had in mind. Looking to sell at a discount if anyone could utilize.
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I use my 50 gallon to fill my boat from my truck vs marina. at a minimum of a dollar difference I save $50 per use but in reality it's more. That bag paid for itself right away. I hold 150 gallons ....
how do you fill it?
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It is a very simple. Check out the ATL website. They have done a good job illustrating the process.
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Salty what type is it a petro flex or a fuel locker and how much are you looking to sell it for.

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Salty what type is it a petro flex or a fuel locker and how much are you looking to sell it for.

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Fuel Locker.I Paid just at 1500 and will sell for 800. I just bought it in December. Still in the box complete with 1 inch valve and 10 feet of hose, standard height fill, and safety tie down system. The area I wanted to put it changed due to a bait tank. It is 48x48x14=150gallons.
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