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Old 10-15-2009, 04:09 PM   #1
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leak is back

Well fuel tank is leaking again. The drain bung weld was craked and leaking last April so I cleaned it and put some jb weld on it. It was ok till our last trip then it started leaking again. This time I pulled the fuel tank out, not an easy task.I cut the old bung out and I see why these leak, there is not much to them. Had a larger bung made and will also weld a one eight thick plate around it so there is no flex in that area. The hardist part of pulling the tank is trying to diconect the main fuel line that is on the top center of the tank. You can only feel up there and try to release the two plastic fingers the old the line on.
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