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Old 06-12-2019, 08:45 PM   #2
Rich in Tucson
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Default Re: best way to dry gas tank that is in car

Gas gauge - use cork not neoprene (black) gaskets. If it were mine, I could set it outside and it would be dry in a day but you might not be having 107-113 weather so I would suggest avoiding all alcohols, ketones, acetones, etc. and use a hair dryer set on the lowest possible heat setting (cool on some) because you don't want to risk melting your pro sealer. If you have 95% humidity where you is, your compressed air is going to come out at not much lower than that (unless you have something like refrigerated drying equipment) so it will help but take a long time....
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