RIB Hypalon Inflatable Boat

Amazing large fiberglass rib hypalon inflatable boat FRP RIB MODEL SXV420A SXV470A SXV520A with bow locker is a popular deep v fiberglass hull inflatable rescue boat.
The tough RIB features of fiberglass v hull are anti-corrosion and rugged durable .
Transom is designed for long shaft outboard motor .

Product Details

Amazing large fiberglass rib hypalon inflatable boat            
FRP RIB MODEL SXV420A SXV470A SXV520A with bow locker is a popular deep v fiberglass hull inflatable rescue boat.  The tough RIB features of fiberglass v hull are anti-corrosion and rugged durable . Transom is designed for long shaft outboard motor .
Tube material : 0.9mm PVC, 1.2mm PVC, 1.0mm ORCA hypalon, 0.9mm Achilles hypalon .
Fiberglass Hull: White powder coated  
The highlight for these three models is the wide open deck , it makes the boats have more capacity , can load more people and packages when have the mission of rescue or diving . It is a better choice for military rescue project and towing companies .
Specification :  


Overall

Overall

tube

       

Max

Max

Package

Boat

Model

Length

Width

diameter

Chamber

Power

Capacity

Size

Weight


(cm)

(cm)

(cm)

       

(HP)

(person)

(cm)

(KG)

SXV420A

420

188

45

4

40

7

368*165*75

148

SXV470A

470

188

45

4

60

9

410*165*75

172

SXV520A

520

196

50

4

80

10

460*165*75

280


Package: foam package or plywood box as clients required .
Warranty: PVC fabric 3 years, hypalon fabric 5 year. Seam and accessory 1 year .

What size fuel line to use on an outboard motor 5/16” or 3/8” ? 
What size fuel line to use for an outboard, 5/16″ or 3/8″? 5/16″ fuel line can be used in up to a 115 HP outboard engine. Anything above that has to be a 3/8″ fuel line.
Here is a more in depth break down of the differences in the hoses and the biggest reasons why it is important to have the right ones installed!
The Difference Between the Two Sizes
Obviously, the difference between the two fuel lines is one is smaller than the other. We get it. But there is a little more to it than that.
The 5/16″ fuel line is actually perfect for smaller outboards. Being a little smaller than the 3/8″ hose, it works great for little kicker motors, and sail boat outboard engines.
Being smaller allows it to go easily into a smaller rigging tube, depending on the application. Still allowing the proper amount of fuel to get to the engine without having any problems. Of course the 3/8″ fuel line will work for any of the outboards.
But most smaller outboards have fittings or quick connects on them that are set for a 5/16″ hose. It’s basically the standard hose for the smaller engines.

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