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Date:         Thu, 3 Nov 2005 14:47:22 -0600
Reply-To:     Jim Felder <felder@KNOLOGY.NET>
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From:         Jim Felder <felder@KNOLOGY.NET>
Subject:      Re: Tank Liner
Comments: To: Tim Demarest <tim.demarest@POBOX.COM>
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Wouldn't an epoxy coating like Kreem work as well on the outside of the tank as inside it, if properly applied?


On Nov 3, 2005, at 2:29 PM, Tim Demarest wrote:

> I'm not 100% sure, but I *think* the problem is that the fuel pickup > can't > be removed from the Vanagon tank, and using one of these products will > turn > the mesh screen on the pickup into a solid barrier... This is (mostly) > inference, I haven't had my tank out (yet), the list will set us both > straight if I'm wrong about this. > > At 07:12 AM 11/3/2005 -0500, Michael Edwards wrote: >> Has anyone had experiece with a gas tank liner like POR-15 or Kreem? >> I >> had my tank out at a shop recently because of a leak and they said >> they >> could not line it because it already had some sort of mesh liner in >> it. Not sure what they're talking about, but from what I gather from >> the >> archives some members have lined their tank with these products. >> Mine is >> an 87 2WD. >> Thanks, >> Mike >

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