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Auto Fuel Tank Sealer Kit Up to a 25-gallon tank Also includes:
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Auto Fuel Tank Sealer Kit
  • Up to a 25-gallon tank
    Also includes:
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    53000 is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 5.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from seems to work well the mixing stick came broken after shipment. Not end of the world. was kinda difficult to roll my tank and get all the excess out, but seem pretty happy with the results so far. haven't filled the tank yet, still working on fuel pump install
    Date published: 2019-01-07
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome It worked great on my 1978 Chevy Luv Tank. My tank was very rusty and I soaked in in vinegar for 4 weeks before I attempted this treatment. Takes a lot of time and I let it cure for a week and a half. Now my tank is restored. Thanks Guys.
    Date published: 2015-10-08
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very high quality product I can't believe how great this product is, if you follow the directions and do as they say. The gas tank that I used this on was a complete mess,the gas that was in it was over 20 years old and turned into a sludge. I did some pre cleaning on my own before buying this and decided to try this and wow does this work. I would definitely recommend this to anyone.
    Date published: 2015-09-20
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to follow instructions Met ALL my expectations... I felt at ease with the whole process after reading the instructions a couple times.
    Date published: 2015-08-25
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good product but labor intensive process I bought the KBS coatings kit after extensive research and mostly favorable reviews. I concur with those reviews. I used it on a 11.5 gallon Fiat Spider gas tank that had a light coating of rust from sitting partially filled for several years. The rust wasn't scaly, but the fine silt got through the fuel filter and was clogging the injectors. The tank was small, but it had a number of baffles that made it more difficult to coat. I took my time as others suggested. I sealed the fuel filler and sending unit openings with black duct tape (super grip type) and the multiple small hose fittings with fuel hose that I plugged. The sending unit mount has six studs that protrude out of the tank; these I covered with small diameter w/w hose. I followed the advice of some and added some fish tank gravel during the degreasing step. For me, it was probably unnecessary given the absence of scaly rust and it was a real pain to get all of the gravel out due to the baffles. I would skip the gravel if I had it to do again. To make it easier to rotate the tank during the various steps, I hooked a heavy duty bungee cord to an eyebolt mounted to my garage ceiling and then hung the tank off the bungee cord through a bolt hole. This was a big help, particularly in the coating phase. Once I got to that step, I poured in about 3/4 of the can which was more than enough. I was pleased that it was thin enough that I was able to fuly work it around the various baffles. The toughest part was getting the excess out. I finally resorted to using a cheap (HF) hand pump to pull out the excess that pooled in a corner on the bottom of the tank. Even though I followed all of the instructions, when it dried overnight, I found I had some small bubbling at the bottom of the tank. Though I haven't noticed any problems yet, it was disappointing to see that there wasn't a smooth coating on the bottom of the tank. It has been a few weeks since I put it all back together and everything seems fine.
    Date published: 2015-09-05
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