With bait tanks always go with larger than you think you need, I would go with the 45/48 blue water, PE makes a nice tank, I have one on my boat, However I prefer the BW, I am sure either would be happy to quote you the cost of tank and install.Call Mark and I'm sure he'll give you a ball park, I seem to remember everything was around 2.5k but I can't be sure. Call bluewater also, a lot of people prefer them. You could get away with a 35 but everyone on here will tell you to go with a 45 gallon. Good luck!
No, I had a guy that he recommended here in San Diego do the install. It was tricky because we have a 200gal fuel tank that takes up most of the under deck area and there's minimal room for the hoses so we opted for a professional rather than us two monkeys banging around with a hammer and drill.Did randy do the install?
Good looking job, however I would put a 90 degree elbow between the seacock and the pump to minimize the chances of the pump picking air bubbles.
So basically laying the pump horizontal? That was the existing setup and the pump was just added to the connection. Haven't had any issues but I'll keep that in mind if the problem arises. ThxGood looking job, however I would put a 90 degree elbow between the seacock and the pump to minimize the chances of the pump picking air bubbles.