>The tank looks good. Bring it back just before you are ready to use it. I
>will put A HOLE in the bottom, pressure washer the inside, drain, flush and
>repair HOLE. You take it home and install in car. Fill with gas and a half a
>quart of oil. Never let the car set with a low or empty tank. You will have
>no more trouble with your tank.
Ok. The hole would be flush with the tank surface (unlike the other holes), so
easily get *all* the gunk out, as opposed to most of the gunk, or some of the
he's done, it's a straight forward weld job. I agree with him almost
completely about the
full tank. But I'm not willing to say it guarantees a lifetime of no fuel tank
>I said: What about etching and sealing?
>He said: People who have that done keep me in business!
Like him, I've made a lot of money repairing the same damage.