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Anyone Got A Non Vented Tank Lid?

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Yeah they make a 6 and 8 inch non vented lid.


I am NOT drilling my new tank. I drilled the old one and it lead to issues.


So I want to drill the lid of a wydale lid. But I have 3 holes to drill.



Out (bilge)

Electric for bilge


Non vented cap would make it so easy. But I need to see the other side of the lid :)

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Cant you use a lid from an ibc ? Or are they different threads ?

Haven't got any lids from IBc :( but that's a thought. Although I think IBc lids are two sizes.

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All my wydale tank lids the vents just unscrews leaving a 30mm hole in the middle of them.

Save messing about with the lid if you have an upright tank you can put holes in the top of the tank with proper fittings instead surely?

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I could see the lid idea for the three things you what you want to install being an bit of an issue myself unless you drill one hole in the middle of the lid big enough so when you go to put the lid on the electric cable & two other hoses don't kink and twist around.

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