<VV> Re: Fuel tank cleaning
J R Read_HML
hmlinc at sbcglobal.net
Mon Oct 3 12:51:49 EDT 2005
I've only had to clean tanks on cars that had sat for LONG periods - like in
someone's pole barn or in an open field. Once done, I drive them and have
never had to redo one. I suppose that if it came down to that, it would be
time for a new tank. I think I'm up to about 12 years on the oldest
"sealed" tank. No signs of a problem so far - in 84,000 miles. Short
sighted? Not from my perspective.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Chris & Bill Strickland" <lechevrier at earthlink.net>
> Like I say, once you pour that goop inside the tank, what do you do for an
> encore presentation say 15 - 20 years down the road. More goop? Will the
> market's then darling product still be compatible with the stuff you used
> this time? Will there be any steel left to hold it in shape?
> Bill Strickland
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