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Re: sealing the fuel sending unit
Reply #30 - 11/01/11 at 15:58:11
 
Quote from firecapt321 on 10/25/11 at 03:25:13:
YEP..... much heavier duty... Wink Grin I knew you would remember that cause that disaster took place one day before I left for GAD, remember..... when you saw my tail lights all day long.... Grin Grin


sorry Tony, but you know we cant help it.....

 
Someone looking at you're tail lights shouldn't be trusted with tools Grin
 
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Re: sealing the fuel sending unit
Reply #31 - 11/01/11 at 17:20:29
 
JP, I don't know how your tank is but mine has a ring spot welded around the sender with 3 tangs that hold on the retaining clip. I have a feeling one of the 3 spot welds on the ring has broken loose creating a small crack/leak (I looked inside with an inspection mirror and a flashlight). I don't think you can repair this from the outside due to the ring covering the damaged portion of the tank.  
 
RR, my butt dyno says I'm faster than your heap!  Grin
 
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Reply #32 - 11/01/11 at 17:31:19
 
best use that inspection mirror and flashlight to check out your butt-dyno....I think its cracked (don't post pictures....pleeeeaaasseeee...
 
see you with NEW timeslips in the spring.....you'll still be trying to figure out why your m11 doesnt' shift like my m12
 
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Quote from amxdreamer on 11/01/11 at 17:20:29:
JP, I don't know how your tank is but mine has a ring spot welded around the sender with 3 tangs that hold on the retaining clip. I have a feeling one of the 3 spot welds on the ring has broken loose creating a small crack/leak (I looked inside with an inspection mirror and a flashlight). I don't think you can repair this from the outside due to the ring covering the damaged portion of the tank.

RR, my butt dyno says I'm faster than your heap!  Grin


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Re: sealing the fuel sending unit
Reply #33 - 11/01/11 at 17:45:05
 
Tony, take it to a shop buddy, and shut the door on this thread, the gnats are starting to come in.... Roll Eyes Grin
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Reply #34 - 11/02/11 at 02:28:18
 
what on earth are you talking about .... ken and skeown both have kool, fast cars, both faster than.....wait for it....13.02.......thats just mean....oh...wait....you're talking about me.....never mind...carry on....
 
being unemployed, err, um, self-employed....I have LOTS of time on my hands now that I'm relagated to monitoring netowrks in my basement in my pink bunny slippers again....er, um, I mean my black leather harley davidson gear...
 
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