Tank Cleaning

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gtpeterp

Guest
Based on advice from an earlier posting, I have been trying to find a
local radiator shop that will clean out and coat the inside of my fuel
tank. The going rate appears to be about $130. Does this sound
reasonable, or should I keep looking?
 
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mstrug@juno.com

Guest
Hi: I had mine cleaned and sealed for $125. They had to put a hole in the side and use a cleaning 'chain' because the fuel was in there since around 1976. They then brazed it shut. Works great! Amphigr66n.
 
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Fran

Guest
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<font face="Arial" size="2">Be careful what you seal it with. The new gas with ethalene stripped the coating off my tank with the first tank.</font>


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<div style="FONT: 10pt arial">Sent: Monday, September 18, 2006 1:47 PM
<div style="FONT: 10pt arial">Subject: Re: [amphicar-lovers] Tank Cleaning

Hi: I had mine cleaned and sealed for $125. They had to put a hole in the side and use a cleaning 'chain' because the fuel was in there since around 1976. They then brazed it shut. Works great! Amphigr66n. <span style="COLOR: white" width="1"></span> </blockquote>
 
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