Join Date: Dec 2008
Location: Northern California
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For CO2 I have used my MIG gun to pump CO2 into the tank. Just turn the wire feed off so as to not push wire into the tank and leave gound cable disconnected while pumping CO2. Also I have had good luck using fiberglass patch kits that are made for fuel tanks. Have done gas, diesel and hydralic oil tanks using the fiberglass epoxy repair kits. One oil tank had a gouge init that was 1/4 inch wide gap and about 2 inches long and the patch has been holding for 8-10 years now.
Remember not to talk bad about farmers with your mouth full!
2013 6.7 CTD 2500, 800 ft-lbs torque, 4x4 crewcab Larmine Longhorn edition, 6 sp. auto, 2 tone white/gold
--07 6.7CTD 2500 4x4, Quad Cab, Big Horn Pkg. 3.73, airbags, 6sp auto, with Mag-Hytec deep pan.- sold but not forgotten.
--08 36' Jazz 5th wheel,triple slide, 12,000lbs
--28' 22,400# PJ goosneck beaver tail trailer
--95 & 96 5.9CTD 4x4 5sp. ext. cab. 33x12.50x16 front, 33x15.50x16 rear tires. R-1 tread, wheelbase shortened 30". Used as tugs on farm
--81 IH 1800, DT466 210hp, 10 speed,
--95 FL70, 8.3 cummins 275hp, 10speed
--79 GMC 7000, DD 6V53 210 hp, 6sp ally
-- A whole bunch farm equipment, all colors
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