Battery/gas tank same compartment

Discussion in 'Education' started by Hardwood, Nov 25, 2019.

  1. Hardwood
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    Hardwood New Member

    How do I use this site ? I want to send a picture and ask a question; how do I go about doing that. Thankx
  2. BlueBell
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    BlueBell . . . _ _ _ . . . _ _ _

    Pictures: I don't know, you may have to wait a few days to "qualify".

    Batteries and gasoline don't make good bedfellows, but what's your question?

    This is a world wide website; where is "Ga"?
  3. Boat Design Net Moderator
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    Boat Design Net Moderator Moderator

    Welcome to the forum. Under the reply area, click "Upload a File" and choose a jpeg from your computer.
  4. bajansailor
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    bajansailor Marine Surveyor

    I am guessing that 'Ga' is probably an abbreviation for Georgia?
    (Although there is a Georgia in Europe as well as the USA).

    Hardwood, it might be better to now post your question (and photos hopefully!) in (for example) the 'Powerboats' sub-forum, rather than in this one about Education (?)
    BlueBell likes this.

  5. gonzo
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    gonzo Senior Member

    It is very common to have batteries and a gas tank in the engine compartment.
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