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SB 1006

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Apr 13, 2010
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SB 1006

OMG WHAT A PAIN IN THE A** (that would be arm). The '74 Warrior has two tank outlets which make the job nearly inpossible to do, Removal is pretty straight forward, it's just replacing the lnes that is the killer. I read an article a few years ago written by someone who had just completed the job. One of his comments was to keep women and children away while replacing the lines. Here's hoping we don't have any leaks.

Just venting


Oh and BTW we only have one tank done, but I think #2 will go a bit better, we learned a few tricks. The tanks looked great and the spars we already zinc chromated, I suspect form the factory.

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