Most people don't care to work with this fuel tank sealant but I really don't mind. It can be fun seeing how neat I can make it... at least until I find a leak...then its not so much fun.
|Here you can see where I scuffed up the inside of the fuel tank in any location that will have the sealant applied. This is supposed to give the sealant something to stick to. Not sure about that because Proseal sticks to anything!|
|And here is what that same fuel return line fitting looks like riveted in place and prosealed.|
|This is what the outside of that same fitting looks like. Notice I put some sealant under the rivet heads so they don't leak.|
|The vent line port is riveted in place, the tooling holes are filled with 3/16" rivets and the fuel pickup port is riveted in place.|
|Same part, other side. This is actually the inside so all the rivet tails are covered in a cap of proseal.|