> I'm back after a long departure - job move, house
> and email move.
> My 1960 MGA fuel tank is pretty terrible. I want to
> clean it out. What are the steps that I should do
> do this safely ? Perhaps it is more economical to
> a new one ?
What I've done with small under the seat Jeep gas
tanks is remove it, then put a small amount of water
and dish soap in and shake it up. After that I invert
the tank to have the inlet facing down and shove a
garden hose in it and run water through to flush it
out for a long time. After the water comes out clear,
drain it and add a liter of alcohol, shake it up good,
and drain it out.
After installation, it would be a good idea to add
some alcohol or "Heat" to the first fill up, to remove
any excess water.
There are commercial treatments available to prevent
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