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Re: Contaminated gas tanks

Dear Steve,

	When the tank on my ex-Toyota pick up died my mechanic sent it to 
a place who simply converts it to fiber glass with a life time warranty.  
You might have some such service.  The transformation cost me about $100.
	Berthann Mulieri
	1988 5000CSTQ, running great after hitting red line

On Mon, 9 Jun 1997, Steven Buchholz wrote:

> I looked inside the gas tank on the '78 Audi Fox last night and noticed 
> what looked like a lot of rust sitting on the bottom of the tank.  I was 
> wondering what I could/should do to remedy the situation.  I doubt it 
> would be possible to find a replacement tank for such an old car, and 
> I've even kicked around the idea of getting rid of the "drop in" tank 
> and replacing it with one from a newer 4k that sits between the rear 
> wheels and behind the back seat.  I realize that is folly for such an 
> old and worthless car, so I figured I'd see what I can do with the exis-
> ting tank.  After I drain the tank are there products that can clean the 
> loose corrosion out?
> TIA!
> Steven.Buchholz@kla-tencor.com
> San Jose, CA (USA)