Posted by t.r.k. on October 29, 2012 at 19:16:44 from (188.8.131.52):
In Reply to: JB Weld posted by CH(Upstate,NY) on October 29, 2012 at 17:32:41:
3 years ago the tank in my '69 1 ton started leaking. Pretty big deal since its in the back of the cab. So I replaced the tank.
On the bottom of the old tank was an old JB-weld patch. I bought the truck in '93 so it was on there then. . . 18 or 19 years. But I wonder if it was really the ethanol in the gas that loosened it up.
Your post reminds me of the Auto Mechanics shop back in the 80's. I broke a float lug off on a carb. in a volkswagen rabbit. My teacher told me to take it and show it to the instructor in the welding shop. The old guy-probably 60+ years old- builds up the area with something he called 'sil-fos' or some such, cuts it back to shape with a Dremel Tool and drills a new hole for the float pin.
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