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    gas tank repair

    well here it is ...gas tank repairs ???with out buying a new or used tank
    so has anyone used Tech Steel ?? what have you used ?
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    Do people even repair gas tanks anymore? A new one is only about $200 - 300 for the peace of mind that comes with it
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    son has couple of TJ tanks only $30 gotta be better option

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    if its a steel tank, you can temporarly fix it by rubbing soap on the hole.... worked with my truck till it rained 3 weeks later
    If its a mechanical device i can fix it

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    the best temp. fix .Seal-All. for $3.00 it will plug oil ,gas

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    jb kwik. i used it on my fuel pump output at camp nl about 5 years ago. worked in a pinch, and still going strong.
    i'm gonna try it on my cj3a tank.
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    clean it..so no fluids are on it...scuff it....and JB Weld it...nuff said...I have used just about everything (the epoxy that IGottaFrigginJeep mentioned does work well too) but for a perminant fix so she no leaky no more and hard as a rock....JB Weld works awsome
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    Just incase you are thinking about it, dont weld it... with a real welder... they tend to explode...
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    tech steel holding for now ,thanks all

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