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Who makes reproduction fuel tanks?

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Steve (DE)

12-06-2011 17:31:39




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Well, crazy as it is, I am starting to work on a 15-27 C Heider. One thing I know I need is a Kerosene tank. The 15-27 had tanks identical to the 12-20, except for the size of the output copper tube, and that could be easily changed on a 12-20 tank. I'm guessing there aren't any of these around though, and I'll have to have a reproduction made. Anybody got any thoughts here besides "He really is a crazy old coot, isn't he?"

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Brian in Ohio

12-06-2011 18:48:41




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 Re: Who makes reproduction fuel tanks? in reply to Steve (DE), 12-06-2011 17:31:39  
I had a replacement tank made for my 12-20 Crossmotor. I had the old one as a pattern, and had them use the fill neck and drain fittings on the new one. Do you have the old tank to use as a pattern?



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casenut1

12-06-2011 20:13:29




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 Re: Who makes reproduction fuel tanks? in reply to Brian in Ohio, 12-06-2011 18:48:41  
who made them for you. have a 18/32may need tanks,



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Brian in Ohio

12-06-2011 20:41:36




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 Re: Who makes reproduction fuel tanks? in reply to casenut1, 12-06-2011 20:13:29  
I just took mine to the local welding shop.



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