As seems to be the case with many of them, my Wagner WF3 tube-frame loader has a small leak in the lower tube that's used as a reservoir. I'm trying to decide whether to go to the hassle of trying to get it welded up or adding an external reservoir tank like the ones sold at Northern Tool. If any of you has put one of those tanks in, how big a tank did you get and how did you mount it? It's not obvious where the best place to try to attach it would be. Thanks.
Re: adding a new reservoir to a Wagner loader in reply to Teakettle, 07-08-2014 15:58:59
Here's a picture of mine while it was off the tractor. If needed I can get you pictures of it it now on the tractor. Still painted the same nice Autumn Brown. Hold 5 gal. Don't know if it was store bought or home made. Fits in real good.
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