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  • #46
    well, seeing as how I have completely hijacked this thread I think I will resurrect the one I started last fall on my workshop. It's over on the Motorsports side, I believe. Sorry, Bert, this one kinda got away from me

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    • #47
      i think the thread had already run its corse.
      no painting of tanks without first getting the go from the filler first.
      best option is to make a cover for it.
      other than that its a risk that could result in a minimum of needing a re-cirt test befor they will fill, that is only $19 here but may very from place to place.
      happy welding, hijacking, and painting to all.

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      • #48
        alha,
        no need to apologize! I find that I'm hijacking a lot of other threads, and I need to stop that!!!
        I apologize to all you others also!!!!!!!!!!!!

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