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  1. #11

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    Price for you to build us a tank??
    Why did the right tank leak and not the left?
    We put a fiberglass patch where it seemed to be leaking, didnt fix it.
    Then we got some sealer that was guaranteed to fix it, painted it all over the bottom, quess what?
    Are you building with Epoxy resin and closed cell?

  2. #12
    I did not say the right tank leak and not the left, I built both of them.
    I use vinylester resin
    and closed cell? - I don't understand what you are asking here
    I can build a tank like this for us $1,400.00 a piece or $2,400.00 a pair
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  3. #13

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    Sorry I didnt phrase my question right.

    Quote Originally Posted by George Sychrovsky View Post
    I did not say the right tank leak and not the left, I built both of them.
    I use vinylester resin
    and closed cell? - I don't understand what you are asking here
    I can build a tank like this for us $1,400.00 a piece or $2,400.00 a pair

    I am curious, on our aircraft only one tank leaked. The other is fine. Left full it takes a couple of days to start leaking. What did they do different?
    We thought we had found the leaking area and put a fiberglass patch over it. No luck. Then an aircraft mechanic suggested a product like rubber, (smelled like PRC we used to put windshields in F104s) painted on the bottom. Guaranteed it would work. Not so much!

    Now we are a little stumped.

    Your solution looks good but heavy and expensive.

    The reviews on sloshing sealer are mixed??

    Thanks

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