One kit has a quart and is $30.00, the other kit comes with a gallon and
it's $50.00. Was your kit the gallon size? Whitney doesn't normally have
that big a price jump, but, I don't have any of their older catalogs to
compare. How long ago did you buy yours?? If you think I need the gallon
size, then that's what I 'll order.
Once again thanks, I appreciate the responses!!!
From: Charles Culver <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: David Heath Trahan <email@example.com>
Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Date: Monday, September 27, 1999 9:50 PM
Subject: Re: [oletrucks] Gas tank liner
>As I remember, there were 2 sizes of gas tank cleaning/lining kits
>through Whitney. The larger one, which I ordered, was a little over
>I would definitely get the biggest size available, and follow the
>very closely. And while you're waiting on the delivery, you can really
>on getting the tank clean. I used everything from rocks, to washers with a
>rope running through them, and finally got a long piece of chain to drop in
>and rattle around. When you pull the sending unit, you'll have a pretty
>good size hole to look through to see how the cleaning is coming.
>The biggest problem I had was plugging everything up after I got the tank
>clean, so I could treat the inside. I used a rubber bathtub stopper that
>fit inside the spout, and a lot of tape. It's a real pain, but if you get
>it really clean to start with, the coating will work great.
>Another option that I've heard about, but didn't try, is to take it to a
>radiator shop and have it boiled out.
>Let me know how it goes-
>'50 3600 5-window
>oletrucks is devoted to Chevy and GM trucks built between 1941 and 1959
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