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 Posted: 11-19-2016 05:13 am
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Joined: 10-04-2013
Location: Riverside, California USA
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I bought an aluminum fuel tank that was new from this seller on eBay and I was fairly happy with the result. I did have a very small pinhole leak in the side of the tank and I may have caused it. I had it repaired at a speciality weld shop and was charged $40. I think that there is a very good chance that it may not neak at all, but I would check next time using water or low air pressure and soap. Here is a link to the site. He also has ones made from steel a little less expensive. The tanks looked identical and fit perfectly in the car.

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Good luck.