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|01-07-2008 05:33 PM|
Pub...here ya go for big holes...not cheap but lots of other uses!
|01-07-2008 05:22 PM|
If your tank has a internal fuel gauge / sending unit - you should be able to remove it - and use one of those telescoping mirrors to look into the tank. One thing to note that, cutting out an inspection hole - you want to make sure the tank is bone dry and allowed to air out (ie- by removing the fuel gauge / sending unit.) so that all the vapors escape.
Also, be wary of what this does for Survey purposes - tanks are tested to meet certain pressure requirements and depending - a surveyor could flag the new addition as not into specs for the particular tank (hardly unlikely but it is possible especially if it is apparent it is a DIY jobby).
|01-07-2008 05:03 PM|
|Pub911||Great! Thanks. Nice reference manterials. Do you know if they make an 8" diameter hole-saw?....or is that a jig-saw operation only?|
|01-07-2008 04:19 PM|
The instructions for drilling the holes are here:
Looks like a good product. Make sure there are no baffles internal below the cutout!!
Google hole saws for lots of options:
|01-07-2008 03:38 PM|
Diesel tank access port question
Any suggestions on the most idiot(me)-proof way to cut an 8" diameter round hole in my aluminium diesel tank?
Any one ever hear of or use these guys?
or have a cheaper or better alternative?