The tank is on a 2005 Chevy 3500 express cutaway with a 16' box. The truck has California emissions but as I said in my post earlier a new tank is NOT available (no production) and salvage yards do not sell used tanks. Rust has caused these holes and the conversion to another tank is still over a thousand dollars. My initial thought was to buy a NEW 40 gallon and weld or braze my fittings and fuel pump ring on to the new tank. I have the knowledge and ability to safely work on the old tank except I can not find a shop in southwest OH to boil out my tank.In a pinch to prohibit explosive conditions I have filled other tanks with water and laundry soap and repaired tanks, but without the rust issue. A band-aide approach is against every fiber in my body but I don't see any options. I have not checked into a custom tank, so I don't know the costs associated.
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