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Post  sunnydog on Thu Dec 24, 2015 10:50 am

Hey man what kinda tank sealer did you say you was running?
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Post  kootenai on Thu Dec 24, 2015 2:16 pm

hey amigo the stuff I used in my ford tank is called por 15 you can get it at lordco it comes as a complete kit,, might have to check if they have small kits for sickles,,,best damn shit on the market,,not like that crap that peels away,,,,,, just make sure you follow the instructions to the letter,,,dude at lordco invermere says its critical.....
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Post  Dennman on Thu Dec 24, 2015 2:21 pm

Heard nothin but bad results from usein Kreme (sp?) but;the last time my tanks were painted (10 yrs.+) the painter took it on to do my tanks w/ it.I've never had them peal.Once I took out some gobs of it but they caused no problem.He must have prepped well and used a heavy coating.
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Post  sunnydog on Thu Dec 24, 2015 3:19 pm

ThAnks I will look at Lordco...say you into dropping them fir up in Fairmont in early new year? We can take wood home.
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Post  kootenai on Thu Dec 24, 2015 5:33 pm

sunnydog wrote:ThAnks I will look at Lordco...say you into dropping them fir up in Fairmont in early new year?  We can take wood home.
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yeah you bet man..hey I got lookin in my shop,and ive got a full bottle of the wash solution and a full bottle of the rust and scale zapper,,your welcome to use some if you want for that coffin tank,,should only need half anyways,,if you want,,,save some pennies eh! the full kit if I recall cost me about 90$ but im sure you can buy individual parts to the kit,,,i know in invershmere they do...
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Post  kootenai on Thu Dec 24, 2015 5:38 pm

Dennman wrote:Heard nothin but bad results from usein Kreme (sp?) but;the last time my tanks were painted (10 yrs.+) the painter took it on to do my tanks w/ it.I've never had them peal.Once I took out some gobs of it but they caused no problem.He must have prepped well and used a heavy coating.
yeah ive got a set of tanks that had that shit in em what a pain in the ass,,this stuff looks like silver paint when your done and it is as tough as fuck!! I had some cure on the outside of my tank and it I couldn't scratch it off its the best shit on the market to date,,,,,,,,,,,,,merry xmas eve by the way amigo wish we were closer,,be good to share some brews with ya!!! drunken
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Post  sunnydog on Thu Dec 24, 2015 6:02 pm

Hay Koot thanks, found a small kit at Lordco for bout $30
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Post  kootenai on Thu Dec 24, 2015 7:25 pm

hey right on man!! good price too,,,, gonna have to do it again on one tank on the gmc I scooped up for jed! its got a hole somewhere we gotta drop it this spring one weekend,,to see if we patch it or just get a new one,,,,,i think they run about 130$ new..
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Post  bromanguydude on Thu Dec 24, 2015 9:33 pm

Sure. But how does it smell? If you concentrate enough can you party? Let's double check right soon.

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Post  kootenai on Thu Dec 24, 2015 11:45 pm

yeah make sure your ventelated,,,or its curtains seeee...........................
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Post  jmac11 on Fri Dec 25, 2015 6:05 am

The cleaner you get the inside of tank the better it sticks.
Step one Do this wile the old lady,s away
step two seal bung hole
step three throw a hand full of nuts and bolts, drywall screws in tank
step four seal gas cap
step five wrap in old blanket and secure with ductape
step six throw in dryer at cool or low heat for a hour
step seven get it out of dryer before old lady gets home
step eight un seal and clean out shrapnel
step nine blow tank out with air
step ten wash tank out with a NON petroleum product [rubbing alchole]
This works like a hot dam
I missed steps one and seven  that didn,t work out so good scratch jmac

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Post  ratman on Fri Dec 25, 2015 7:16 am

POR-15 is a good product.  Used it on a couple of sets of tanks.  You will catch a buzz doing it in an enclosed space.....

My new flatside tanks I tried the Caswell product.  More expensive and harder to swirl around in the tanks due to it being a lot thicker when mixed.
http://www.caswellcanada.ca/shop/product.php?productid=29772&cat=132&page=1

Next time, back to POR-15 for me.  It never failed or delaminated from my tanks - but I always did them from new.

Kreem sucks.
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Post  sunnydog on Fri Dec 25, 2015 8:46 am

jmac11 wrote:The cleaner you get the inside of tank the better it sticks.
Step one Do this wile the old lady,s away
step two seal bung hole
step three throw a hand full of nuts and bolts, drywall screws in tank
step four seal gas cap
step five wrap in old blanket and secure with ductape
step six throw in dryer at cool or low heat for a hour
step seven get it out of dryer before old lady gets home
step eight un seal and clean out shrapnel
step nine blow tank out with air
step ten wash tank out with a NON petroleum product [rubbing alchole]
This works like a hot dam
I missed steps one and seven  that didn,t work out so good scratch jmac

Lmfao...classic! Point taken
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Post  sunnydog on Fri Dec 25, 2015 8:48 am

ratman wrote:POR-15 is a good product.  Used it on a couple of sets of tanks.  You will catch a buzz doing it in an enclosed space.....

My new flatside tanks I tried the Caswell product.  More expensive and harder to swirl around in the tanks due to it being a lot thicker when mixed.
http://www.caswellcanada.ca/shop/product.php?productid=29772&cat=132&page=1

Next time, back to POR-15 for me.  It never failed or delaminated from my tanks - but I always did them from new.

Kreem sucks.

Good to hear more + Fb on the POR-15 Paul
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Post  sunnydog on Tue Dec 29, 2015 12:06 pm

Gonna give this a try today
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Post  kootenai on Tue Dec 29, 2015 6:14 pm

............hows she goin man?
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Post  sunnydog on Wed Dec 30, 2015 1:33 am

So far so good Koot...

Treating with degreaser
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Rinsed thoroughly w water then applied prep solution...
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Rinsed w H2O again, then air dried...Nuther look when dry...pretty happy with how it came clean
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Post  sunnydog on Wed Dec 30, 2015 1:37 am

Drying completely using special shop drier...needs to be bone-dry before POR-15 application
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Hard to see but painted first coat of POR-15 in there....letting dry to tack then paint one more good coat as per instructions...
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Once cured will set to getting the tunnel finished with Lee's help
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