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ATL custom bladders now for yachts

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New Jersey-based Aero Tec Laboratories (ATL) recently made its FueLocker fuel bladders available to the sport fishing and yachting industries.



ATL has been a manufacturer of these bladders for nearly 45 years for the motorsports, aviation, military and marine industries. ATL can build self-supporting, military-spec rubberized fuel bladders in an array of shapes and sizes for both gasoline or diesel fuel.



When not in use, the bladders are collapsible for compact storage.



They come in seven standard sizes varying from 50 to 500 U.S. gallons or can be custom built for any dimension.



For more information, visit www.boatbladders.com.

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