"Bad Puppy II" Symptoms FIXED - long "How To"

Kent McLean kentmclean at mindspring.com
Sun Oct 8 17:28:17 EDT 2006

SJ wrote:
> Two weeks ago, the beastie really let go and dribbled out all the Pentosin.

Now *that's* what I'm talking about. :)

> I then
> soaked the material in POR-15 -- fiberglass cloth on a piece of plastic
> shopping bag and paint applied with brush. The pinhole area was sanded to
> rough up the paint and then paint was applied. Then the soaked fiberglass
> cloth was applied to the pin-hole area. Yeah! that works! 

Congrats on the fix.  I would have suggested fiberglass and epoxy
resin, as I've used that on motorcycle gas tank pinholes with
success.  I hope the POR-15 works as well (or better).

Kent McLean
'94 100 S Avant, "Moody"
'89 200 TQ, "Bad Puppy" up in smoke

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