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November 16, 2004, 07:56 AM

Someone mentioned to me that I can have rust and other problems with the inside of my gas tank repaired at a radiator repair shop or somthing like that. Can someone recommend a shop and what do thay do and what do they call that type of repair?
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We bought a used tank and had it coated with ... what is it... tank creme or something. Get a professional to do it too. People say you can do it yourself, but dont. Pay the money like it looks like you want to.


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We bought a used tank and had it coated with ... what is it... tank creme or something. Get a professional to do it too. People say you can do it yourself, but dont. Pay the money like it looks like you want to.
Yeah I did the cream thing. Thats what is the problem. I need to get that crap out of my tank and then get the rust that it is covering. The cream stuff is junk and is clouging up my fuel filters.
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November 16, 2004, 09:38 PM

Is you tank underneath a cover ? Mine is just a lil 4.5 gallon tank underneath the main cover so i bought a new one rather than trying to coat my old busted status one. I think the tank was $180. If your tank is not covered and is all nicely painted i can see it costing way more to replace though....


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