Author Topic: FIBREGLASS TANK  (Read 810 times)

Offline Chrisf1

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FIBREGLASS TANK
« on: 10.02. 2009 18:10 »
Hi again everyone can I please ask for advice on the use of modern petrol in fibreglass tanks. I am sure I have heard that it rots them and I am looking at a second tank for mine which is fibreglass any knowledgeable information on this subject welcome thanks Chris

Offline beezalex

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Re: FIBREGLASS TANK
« Reply #1 on: 10.02. 2009 19:02 »
I have had excellent results using caswell epoxy tank liner.  I've rescued tanks that were gumming up carbs with good success.  One caveat: IME, fiberglass tanks require twice as much liner material for full coverage, I am guessing because of the roughness of the inside.
Alex

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Offline dpaddock

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Re: FIBREGLASS TANK
« Reply #2 on: 27.02. 2009 14:55 »
Gorgeous bike, there, Chris!
Preserve your steel tank with Kreem.
     David
David
'57 Spitfire