Realy nice bit of work that joe .
And a bit timly as well. I put the tank on my Commer wed night to MOT it used some of the plastic padding type stuff to seal the holes. Kept the fuel down and it passed its MOT . So last night I decided to put a bit more petrol in to give it a run today to see if there where any problems engine etc. as I filled it 1/2 Ikept an eye on it to see if it leeked. i took the dog for a walk about 7 am no fuel on the flloor. Came back at 7.30 no fuel on the floor. A knock on the door at 8.30 a passer by do you know you have petrol leeking from your van (it was like a river of petrol) Strange the petrol pfiller pipe a 1/4 of the wat down had come of. the temp was getting warmer I think the tank presurised and the weekest link give way.
Any way Uncle Joe if you decide to go into the making tanks let me know dont mind giving a hand not bad at welding but do not have a bender or e tig welder.
mcpartland, the biggest problem with me doing a tank for you is that I dont live in the UK any more.
This may sound strange, but its a lot easier to do tanks for US vehicles simply due to the fact that aftermarket sender units, as well as the bracketry are available. I'm not all that sure if any of them can be used on european vehicles. Perhaps one of the electrical experts on here can tell us?
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