My inboard jet boat has water in the tank. I don't know how it got there, but it has been a problem for a while now. I've replaced the breathers, and will put some sort of clamshell over it tomorrow, and replace the gas cap and the auxillary kicker connector to make sure. In the mean while, I have to drain the tank. Does anyone have an idea where to put 100 gallons of fuel? I'm thinking of finding two 55 gallon drums and using them, but I wouldn't be able to tell how much water was in it, and I wouldn't be able to tell where the water is to separate it.
Incidentally, does anyone know if fuel that has had water in it can be reused after separating it?
(I've had multiple failed fishing trips this year due to this problem and summer's almost over)
Thanks if you can.