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knifer94

04-02-2008 18:11:18




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i just bought a G with rust in the gas tank. what can i put in the tank to seal it? thanks,david




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5B Ranch

04-03-2008 05:12:36




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 Re: rusty gas tank in reply to knifer94, 04-02-2008 18:11:18  
I did my WD tank with some stuff called "Kreme". Like Buzz, I bought it at a motorcyle parts place. Process was a little of a pain - takes a couple days to get it nice and dry and done right - but I think it worked well.

Good luck.



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buzz36

04-02-2008 19:01:39




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 Re: rusty gas tank in reply to knifer94, 04-02-2008 18:11:18  
a good gas tank sealer will work or what i use is a product called kwik poly it isa two part resign that resists gas
if you use a sealer maker sure it is for new type gas as it has alcahol that will eat a lot of sealers
also try a motor bike shop they usualy have tank sealer or search eastwood on the internet
usualy takes a day or two and your as good as new but i use kwik poly myself and its ready to go in 15 mins if you can find any drop me a line

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