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01-14-2020 18:58:20

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I have a 66 gas tank that is rusty on the inside and leaks. What would be the best tank liner for this? I did one years ago but can't remember what I used. Thanks in advance, Chuck

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01-16-2020 05:11:41

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 Re: oliver66 in reply to chucksoliver77, 01-14-2020 18:58:20  
Gas tank for a 66 in the classified ads here.

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Ken Grimm

01-15-2020 06:06:40

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 Re: oliver66 in reply to chucksoliver77, 01-14-2020 18:58:20  
I may have a good tank.

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01-15-2020 04:08:50

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 Re: oliver66 in reply to chucksoliver77, 01-14-2020 18:58:20  
I used Red Kote in mine.

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tom upton

01-14-2020 19:13:25

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 Re: oliver66 in reply to chucksoliver77, 01-14-2020 18:58:20  
Not really answering your question but there are 2 other options - make your own tank. Unless your stuck on it being original its not that hard to duplicate a tank. I have fabbed up a couple. Just use the old filler neck and you cant tell unless you look under side covers. Even made one from stainless for 1900. (Had visions of putting turbo on it at one point so couldn't have tank over engine) Just make sure you leak test after welding. Other option is find a decent used tank.

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