Originally Posted by UNCIVILIZED
I'm not entirely certain that I properly communicated my meaning regarding the use of epoxy
to fix the tank. What you're essentially going to be doing/HAVE TO DO, is to, for all intents & purposes, create a fiberglass
tank which has stainless steel
Once you decide to reach for the composites, they're not just something you'll be using to reinforce or patch the weaknesses in the tank. Knock on wood, such isn't a proper solution.
My apologies if I sound harsh, I just want to make sure that what I'm saying is clearly understood. Particularly when working on something as potentially volatile as a fuel tank
Speaking of which, it does have a ground strap right?
Yep, seems clear to me. Basically it means building a whole new tank on the outside of the old tank. Trying to patch the tank with fibreglass would be a mug's game
No ground strap on this tank. Never heard of one on a diesel
tank before, can you tell me more?