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  • 1992 Mako 201cc fuel tank dimensions

    Needing to replace the fuel tank in my 201, does anyone have the dimensions for the tank? I really would like to have the tank available before I remove the old one.
    Kevin Spell [br]1992 Mako 201cc[br]1996 High Tide 1503

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    I also just picked up a 1994 201 and need tank specs . Did you happen to get them ?

    What other work do you plan on doing on the boat . What size motor are you running?
    1994 Mako 201 Evinrude G2 150HO

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    • #3
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      Originally posted by Fishboy


      I also just picked up a 1994 201 and need tank specs . Did you happen to get them ?


      What other work do you plan on doing on the boat . What size motor are you running?


      You tank is not the same as the 20c which is only 60 gallons.

      Luvthethrowbacks- call Sunshine tanks and they have the dimensions.
      1978 Mako 25 - Blind Hog
      1985 Mako 20c - sold
      Fort Walton Beach, FL
      http://www.classicmako.com/forum/top...TOPIC_ID=42841

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      • #4
        I have the original 201 owners manual its states fuel tank capacity 100 gal. The previous owner also confirmed it's a 100 gal as he's put that much fuel in it .

        In my opinion it's an overkill and when I replace it wil bump down to an 80.
        1994 Mako 201 Evinrude G2 150HO

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        • #5
          From what I've been told the 201 came with a 60gal tank in 1992, and the 201 wasn't produced in 1993. In 1994 a new 201 was made with the 100gal tank. Mine is a 1992 and has the 60gal. I have also contacted sunshine but they claim to not have the exact dimensions for my tank. At this point I would be hesitant to order a tank, not knowing if it is an exact fit so I'll have to open her up and pull the tank to know exactly what I need.
          Kevin Spell [br]1992 Mako 201cc[br]1996 High Tide 1503

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          • #6
            Fishboy I have a 1993 Yamaha 200hp on mine. As far as other work, nothing major. Mainly electronic upgrades and cushions reupholstered. The hull seems to be in great shape but who knows what I'll uncover once I pull the tank. I do plan on eventually re-powering with a 4 stroke so I don't have to break the bank on gas!
            Kevin Spell [br]1992 Mako 201cc[br]1996 High Tide 1503

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