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  1. I am just about to become a 2004 265CR owner (my first Monterey!) and I obviously need a trailer. Here in Europe we are usually limited to 3,500 kg (total weight) standard boat trailers with a conventional SUV. Of course triple axle trailers can load more. Can someone unveil why the 265 and the 270 Cruisers have a huge empty weight difference, being almost the same boats, at least in terms of overall dimensions. The specs of the 2004 265 shows 6,000 lbs, while the 2005 270 shows 7,400 lbs. If you compare other cruisers of different building years, you won't find such a 'gain of weight'. It looks like 6,000 lbs is empty and 7,400 is loaded weight (might include optional equipment like a generator). Your answers are welcome, since I need to choose an appropriate trailer. Thanks a lot from Munich/Bavaria/Germany (boating in the Mediterranean/Balearic Islands)!
  2. MOST need help in figuring out how to get to the fuel gauge sending unit for the port fuel tank on my 2005 322. What do I need to remove to get access? Thanks. I believe the anti syphon valve is also located on top of the fuel tank, correct? Thanks.
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