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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 04-24-2012, 01:58 PM Thread Starter
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Seal-All

A buddy has a small leak in his gas tank and was suggested to use Seal-All to plug it. I did a search and it looks like good stuff. Was wondering if anybody here has used it and how well it worked.
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Never used it, but had several friends that used Caswell epoxy tank sealer and liked it. http://www.caswellplating.com/restor...nk-sealer.html

Do not recommend Kreem, Red Kote, etc. Too may bad reviews.

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Thanks for that Flite, but this is not to coat the entire inside of the tank but to plug a small hole. I have seen reviews saying you can actually apply this while the fuel is leaking out and it will seal and hold and last. http://www.eclecticproducts.com/sealall.htm seems to be available many places, Ace HD Lowes etc. I had never seen it before.

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Purchased 7/03 w/13000 mi
Sold10/10 27,000miles
Ear shave
V&H Cruisers
Tim Parrott stator
R/R relocated
Iridium Plugs
AGM Battery
Splines lubed
Clear Alternative LED brake light
TOC mcct
Mutazu LN Hard saddlebags
Chad's floorboards
Current ride-2009 Honda VTX1300

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