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No SIR.
This is the one I pulled off the merc.I had in my mind to put it on "SnoWhite" as you can see that's no happening.
 

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At least the holes at near the top..
 

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It might make a new bee hive ! LOL...
Hope you get the new one soon !
 

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Save your pennies Lester, a new fuel tank is in your future, or you gotta remove teh one from snow white and use fuel tank liner on her.
Thats the one I was gona put on ''SnoWhite" . where do you get this liner you are talking about?
The tank on SnoWhite is off of a granada and sets off center. But it works..
 

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Auto parts or auto paint store would have it.

Ask for Red-Kote, I used it on a 72 ford tank that had a lot of rust in it, Cleaned it the best I could and then coated it. It was still good after 6 years when I sold it. Also you can get some stuff called cream that fixes small pinholes, did it to a harley tank one time. Also check eastwood, they have some tank sealer kits.
 

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I used that in the tank I have on "SnoWhite" now . Like the instructions say USE WELL VENTALATED AREA. it is good stuff.
 
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