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Discussion in 'Mechanic and Repair' started by chesterlawn, Aug 31, 2007.
I have two weed wackers with holes in the gas tanks. Does anybody know a good patch for them?
any hardware store will sell a 2 part epoxy that works great
Most fuel tanks are molded from a resilient plastic polymer called polyethylene. Polyethylene is typically transluscent and very impact resistant. If your gas tanks are made of polyethylene plastic, epoxy will not stick to it. The only semi-permanent solution is to use "Shoe-Goo" which can be found in the footwear department of an Wal-Mart.
Seal-All worked on my whacker gas tank and gas cap , it's made by the same people that make Shoe-Goo . http://www.seal-all.com
i used jb weld
Check this thread
Thanks for your help.
buy a new tank-forget about a perm patch. nothing lasts