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>> Home > Forum > Boat Specific Chit Chat! > Southampton Tug and the Wyeforce original
Southampton Tug and the Wyeforce original
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octman
(Captain)





Forum Posts: 96
20th Oct 2016 14:29  
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I am endeavoring to make my Southampton look a little more lifelike and was wondering if anyone could tell me where on the Wyeforce the diesel fuel goes in.I assume it is somewhere on the deck but that's as far as I can go. I assume there isn't a little flap on the side that springs open to reveal the filler cap!


Chris

figtree7nts
(Fleet Admiral!)





Forum Posts: 319
20th Oct 2016 15:21  
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Hi Chris

Why don't you try emailing Itchen Marine directly and ask them about how they fuel up the Tug Wyeforce.

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I believe there's usually a cap on deck most likely on her port side bow, but I could be mistaken.

Ed


"Fair winds calm Seas"