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Posted: January 08 2007 at 19:38 | IP Logged Quote jkpruitt

Anyone familiar with the Gas Tank Renu process?  

We have a 1978 36í Sedan Sport, which I presume has the original gas tanks. During a recent survey the surveyor claims he sees gasoline tarnish in the bottom corner of thank where it meets the chock, and wants me to have the tanks cleaned and pressure tested.

After looking at the cost of having new aluminum 100 gallon tank/tanks fabricated, I stumbled onto http://www.gastankrenu.com/index.htm

I called these cats, and they claim that for $300.00 each, Iíll never worry about these tanks again. They have a lifetime warranty, I guess against leaking, ever. I will have to take the tanks out, and they need them for about (4) days. This sounds like a great idea, if it works.

 

They also stated that it works great on the Aluminum tanks like ours.

Have anyone had any experience with this process?

Thanks,

Ken



Edited by jkpruitt on January 08 2007 at 19:40


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