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Re: Fuel Tank

replace the tank if it's metal because it's not a matter of if it will fail.. it's just when.. and most often it's when your not expecting it. We replaced mine and it was less the $100 for a moeller polyethylene tank. Only way to clean you old tank is to cut a access hole and make or buy a plate to cover it. Still better to replace old tanks in just about every case.

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