Florida Boat Fuel Gas Tank FMT-75A-RKB | 75 Gallon 68 Inch Aluminum

Boat part number 1093724 is a new fuel / gas tank from Florida Marine Tanks, part number FMT-75A-RKB .
made for Custom Applications
Special Price $675.86 MSRP: $1,013.78
GLS Stock #: 1093724-NV218
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Boat part number 1093724 is a new fuel / gas tank from Florida Marine Tanks, part number FMT-75A-RKB .

This fuel tank is constructed out of aluminum and has a capacity of approximately 75 gallons per manufacturer. It measures approximately 68" L x 39" W x 8" H overall, with a height of 11" H including fittings. Features (1) pre-installed sending unit with a standard range of 35 - 240 ohms.

Has the following connections:
  • (1) 5/8" Dia. barbed vent
  • (1) 2" Dia. barbed
  • (1) 2-pin male Deutsch
See photos for additional measurements.

  • Part Manufacturer: Florida Marine Tanks
  • Part Number: FMT-75A-RKB
  • Material: Aluminum
  • Color: Silver
  • Capacity: 75 gallons
  • Wall Thickness: 0.125"
  • Fuel Type: Gasoline / Diesel
  • Overall Dimensions: 68" L x 39" W x 8" H (11" H w/ fittings)

Sold as seen in pictures. Customers please note every computer shows colors differently. All measurements are approximate.

Instruction / installation manual not included.

Hardware not included.

Because of the size and/or commodity of this item, we must ship via truckline. The shown freight cost is for the LOWER 48 STATES ONLY and shipped to a business at a commercial address WITH LOADING DOCK. We can ship to your residence, or possibly a nearby terminal. We can also offer international shipping. Please call or email for a shipping quote if needed.

Product Questions

I was wondering if you could tell me what sending unit I would need in this tank. Apparently mine went bad and I would like to order a new one
Question by: Kevin Koch on Sep 29, 2021, 4:16 PM
Hello Kevin,

Ideally you'd want one that is 7" - 7 1/2" long but the closest we have right now is 6 1/2". It's not a huge deal, it's just that with that shorter sending unit, you'd always have more fuel in the tank than the gauge reads.

The one that is in the tank is a 30-240 ohm - the standard ohm range for sending units - and that is the same as this sender. If you aren't comfortable with the shorter sender, it wouldn't be difficult to find one a bit longer anywhere around the web. Just be sure it's 30-240 ohm.

Hope this helps!

Answer by: Gene Warmuth on Sep 30, 2021, 8:42 AM