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Kreem Fuel Tank Liner - Help

Ok here is the deal.

I'm putting the YSR back together and have discovered that the gas tank is rusted something fierce on the inside. So I bought the Kreem combo kit from Bikebandit.com. However, when the bottles shipped, one of them leaked just enough to wash out the directions. The directions are unreadable. I've notified Bikebandit.com and they cannot help me. The recommended I Google for the directions...yeah thanks.

Anyway, has anyone ever Kreemed a gas tank before that can help me? I think I know what I'm doing, but have never done it. I wanted to follow the directions to a tee, but seeing that they got all jacked up directions are of no help.


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Re: Kreem Fuel Tank Liner - Help

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ever Kreemed a gas tank before
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The best stuff I've found for varnish and rust removal is Yamaha carb cleaner. I usually buy it at Andersons.

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Here is a little info for you doc. Nails in the gas tank hmm...
Nuts are easier to get out, IMO. I used the POR-15 thing so I'm not sure my instructions would be parallel but I'll post them if you want to see them.

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I've used washed gravel to clean tank internals...
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I used sand paper... But then again I had a 6inch wide hole in the bottom of my tank were the vacume pump went in to get my hand in.
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I've used washed gravel to clean tank internals...
Have you lined a tank using Kreem before?


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I used sand paper... But then again I had a 6inch wide hole in the bottom of my tank were the vacume pump went in to get my hand in.
a vacuum pump....how about a fuel pump?



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Doc...don't mess around. have it done professionally or you will be rebuilding an engine.....
Do you know anyone locally you would recommend?


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