RE: rusty gas tank

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<HTML>If the holes in the tank are the same size as or larger than a dime, than you must replace the tank or take it to a radiator shop that does re-cores...and usually they will be able to fix the tank for you.

If the holes are smaller than a dime, than you may repair the tank by using a liquid treatment that can be found at any major autoparts store...just ask at the counter.

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  rusty gas tankTopic by: Paul Paul 10/18/99 10:46AM
  RE: rusty gas tankRe: Ryan Ryan 10/18/99 10:39PM
  RE: rusty gas tankRe: Darkflame Darkflame 10/20/99 09:19PM
  RE: rusty gas tankRe: His Majesty, The Queen His Majesty, The Queen 10/21/99 03:27PM
  RE: rusty gas tankRe: Ryan Ryan 10/22/99 05:52AM
  RE: rusty gas tankRe: Tim Tim 10/29/99 01:39AM
  RE: rusty gas tankRe: Paul Paul 11/01/99 04:28PM
  RE: rusty gas tankRe: Pete Pete 01/01/00 04:10PM

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