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POR-15, Red-Kote, and Eastwood fuel tank sealer

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Steel Honda TL125 tank needs coating. (I don't think duct tape will hold in the gas.)

I've been reading various posts on these products.

Kreem or Kreme has gotten some bad reviews, so it's out.

Eastwood said to not use Flex or E85. The way the government is going, higher ethanol content is a possibility.

At this point, I think I'll go with POR-15, unless someone can tell me one of the other product is superior at this point in time. (Product improve, gasoline changes.)

Edited by Kev_XR

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Used Red Coat on an aluminum XT500 tank and it worked great for about 4years. Sold the bike and the tank was still doing great.

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Caswell...used on all my fiberglass Montesa tanks....2 years and no issues....I referred this to a friend with a plastic CR250 tank that developed cracks...worked good also...a while back, i saw it on ebay for about $35...will do 2 tanks...

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Caswell...used on all my fiberglass Montesa tanks....2 years and no issues....I referred this to a friend with a plastic CR250 tank that developed cracks...worked good also...a while back, i saw it on ebay for about $35...will do 2 tanks...

I've seen tanks coated with Caswell and I recommend them. Troy341

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