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How I cleaned/rescued my gas tank from bad Red Cote

Old 11-26-17, 11:04 PM
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How I cleaned/rescued my gas tank from bad Red Cote

First, I suck at making videos, but figured some may find something useful it of this. Don't know how to edit and piece the videos together, so there are five of them. Again, hope this can help someone it there with a similar issue.

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Here is #2
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And #5
Sorry, but for some reason I could not copy all the url's in one post. More than likely that reason is me, of course. Anyways here they are.

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