I developed a major fuel leak at the top of the fuel tank around the filler
neck on my stock BE tank. I dropped the tank to find that the filler neck
is actually moving loose under the fiberglass patch done by a PO.
For now at least I am replacing it with another solid tank I have. Its all
cleaned up and painted but while I have it out should I clean the inside,
etch it and seal it. There is some minor rust on the inside where I can see
it but otherwise the tank seems solid.
Any advice on whether to do it or not. Probably I will put it in as is and
make this a winter project if it's advisable to do so. Only because I want
to drive it this summer and fall instead of waiting for parts delivery.
Anyone with a spare tank to sell? I robbed my restoration car tank, now I'm