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There are several different kinds out there and I have used most of them with good results over the years. It seems that the key to using any of them successfully is the prep work. The tank must be clean and dry before being treated. All dirt, varnish, oil, rust and loose material must be removed down to solid metal. Which ever sealer you decide on, clean the tank good, follow the directions and you' ll probably be OK.
P.S. Yes you will need to remove all sensors, valves, fuel lines and etc or they will be coated and sealed up.
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