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Re: REFLECTOR: Reticulated Foam/Fuel Tanks

>From: Bernard Despins <bdespins@telusplanet.net>
>Reply-To: reflector@awpi.com, Bernard Despins <bdespins@telusplanet.net>
>To: reflector@awpi.com
>Subject: Re: REFLECTOR: Reticulated Foam/Fuel Tanks
>Date: Mon, 19 Jul 1999 08:23:20 -0600
>Is the Jeffco or similar tank coating necessary if someone is considering 
>How are the fuel caps different for diesel?
>Bernard Despins
I AM NOT SURE THAT THE JEFFCO IS "NECESSARY" at all.  It supposedly has 
excellent resistance to all solvents/fuels.  The main reason I used it is 
that it is very easy to use and easy to see pinholes/possible leaks.  Also, 
much of the experience with the EZ epoxy is with AV gas .  I am not sure 
that it's resistance to diesel is as well known.

The Diesel fuel caps have a 3" opening (diesel fuel nozzle won't fit in the 
standard opening.

Larry Epstein
173 FGE

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