Syncro aux fuel/water tanks

Anyone done it?
Cheers
Mark
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Mark
Had mine made by Caloundra sheet metal.
Gave Alex a CAD drawing
Stainless steel 1.6mm thick.
Just under $1200 for the pair.
I use both for water, combined gives me 114 litres of water.
Peter


Hi Peter,
Is that cad file available?
Cheers
Mark

Mark
The cad file began as a drawing beau started and I finished it with autocad.
I'll need to find it.
Give me couple of hours
Peter

Well done Peter.

I found the drawing, I'll send to your email address.
Peter

Hi Peter,

I too would be Interested in the CAD drawings for the tanks.
Could you please send me the cad file too.

Tom


Tom
Drawing attached.
Peter
Thanks I am very interested in this drawing but can not open. As I have tanks I wish to install.

Thanks Leighton
Hi Leigh,
Here it is in DXF. I don't think Peter would mind.
Cheers
Mark


Drawing is a autocad dwg drawing.
Peter

Be aware, constructed tank is a tight fit as per dimensions.
Mine had tig weld bead on welded edges and in some spots i needed to grind these down.
You should also fit a baffle across the tank.
Have fun
Peter

Interesting!
I downloaded a program for free called QuickCAD for MAC to view the file.

I only saw one CAD drawing, does this work for both sides? 

Rowan Hardinge 
You can also download Draftsight Beta for free from Dassault Systems - works great on Mac. You just need to keep downloading a new beta every 3 months or so.

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As I am away, on the road as I write this, in my syncro, I don't have access to my PC or my Autocad.
The drawing was created for a sheet metal shop to drive their CNC machine.
From memory the tanks are a mirror image, left and right.
Keep the measurements tight.
Sockets welded into tank are flush fit, so as not to interfere with chassis. 3/4 & 1/2 inch BSP sockets.
John guest 10mm and 6mm fittings.
I put the fill point inside LH passenger door.
1.5mm SS sheet construction
With a baffle across centre.
Secure with SS straps slung under tank.
Peter