Re: 1978 XC COUPE HARDTOP FUEL TANK
Thanks for the great input guys,
why I dont think any POR15 or KBS will work, is the standard XC Coupe Tank has a huge "depression" stamped into it to accomodate the spare tyre, and there's the rub. These "sealers" are less than 2 litres, and I'm guessing at the very least you should have 15-20 litres to swish around in the hope you get to that internal area where the spare is. So with less than 2 litres it's very likely to miss a portion of surface, and so the fuel will sneak under the sealer and then all hell breaks loose. Literally!
It'd be great to find a shop who can split the seam welding to separate the 2 halves and get them cleaned and re-zinced and seam welded again ............. and then I stop dreamin'!
Thanks again to everyone.
Don't hesitate to forward any suggestions.
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