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I have used several different sealers, and Caswell is my "go to." The preparation is the most important step. Get it as clean as you possibly can. We sealed a 1973 Yamaha 80cc tank, ind it's still going strong about 5 years later.
I’d look for someone that’s repairing model A and T tanks military tanks etc the guy I was using for old HD tanks would soak them then coat the inside then bake them. I still have a pair of fatbobs that hasn’t separated. The island schwinn guy is right using some of these coatings work for period of time then cutting a tank in half is expensive. Plus finding that guy is harder than finding a different tank. I’d look in a hemmings motor news and maybe find a shop that specializes in just tank repair good luck
I’d look for someone that’s repairing model A and T tanks military tanks etc the guy I was using for old HD tanks would soak them then coat the inside then bake them. I still have a pair of fatbobs that hasn’t separated.
Thanks all!! I have a tank that’s going to need coating. It’s leaking around one of the bunges when putting a external gas gauge was the thing to do. The guy I once knew that repaired tanks has retired so I’m going to try the red kote product. I have somewhere some of the two part stuff I bought last century from the bike shop that I hope my nephew took off my shelf and tried using because that’s the junk crap stuff that works for a summer. I can just imagine what that slime does to a carb. Thanks!