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12 gallon http://www.marinepartssource.com/details.asp?pnumber=TP640059

18 gallon http://www.marinepartssource.com/details.asp?pnumber=TP640062

More asst. sizes http://www.marinepartssource.com/products.asp?category=12&sub1=8&sub2=2

With fill necks 6 and 12 gallon
http://www.plastic-mart.com/class.php?cat=22

No holes!! Configure to your application, then cut, spinweld, or drill.
http://www.aquaticeco.com/index.cfm/fuseaction/product.detail/iid/4129/cid/1182

Bulkhead fittings-
http://aquaticeco.resultspage.com/search?p=KK&srid=S1%2d3&lbc=aquaticeco&ts=custom&pw=BKF11&uid=878137939&&isort=score&w=Bulkhead%20Fitting&rk=2

Polyethylene Rectangular Fuel Tanks
(one of the best deals I have found)
http://www.plasticstoragetanks.com/rectangular_tanks.htm

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Stupid question, do these tanks have baffles? I've actually got a boat salvage yard about 20 minutes away and have been thinking of stopping by to pick up a used tank but am not sure if boats contains baffles (you'd think they would). Looking for one to fit between the frame and body on my 80's burban.
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do these tanks have baffles?


Some do...most don't.
There are ways of adding baffles if needed though at least to larger ones with access ports large enough to stick an arm through.

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