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#12280904 - 06/06/17 10:04 AM Blue Wave v-bay 220 console access
saTx25844 Offline
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Registered: 04/05/17
Posts: 7
I have a Blue Wave v-bay 220 and I need access some of the electronics and at some point the gas hoses that are under the center console. There are 2 access panels however they are pretty much useless since the 45 gallon fuel tank is blocking 100%-98% of the opening. Is there a way to access this from the front...like where the back cushion is attached or via the front live well. I'll look again this weekend but I really dont want to remove the whole console to access a Garmin module or vent hose.

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#12390066 - 08/17/17 04:42 PM Re: Blue Wave v-bay 220 console access [Re: saTx25844]
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Green Horn

Registered: 04/05/17
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ok seems like not many people own Blue Wave v-bay 220 looks like its a 2 part console with pop-rivets holding it together ...which is not a big deal except for the strong gas fumes inside the center console. Think I'll replace the fill and vent line first ...hope that helps with the gas fumes and then drill out the pop-rivets so that I can access the gas line going to the engine. flame

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