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KBS Jim wrote:
Yeah, your friend is correct. While the sealer will withstand temps of 600 degrees or better, the weld areas would suffer. As you said, you could seale the tank for the season, then strip out the sealer before the welding process. Or just leave the properly sealed tank and forget the welding.

Thanks for the feedback KBS Jim. 2 questions -

If i were to leave just the KBS sealant in the tank and forget about the welding, can I count on the sealant as a realistic permanant sealing solution?

If not, keeping in mind that I live in Brooklyn NYC with no easy access to any aviation supply stores or places of that kind, how would I go about stripping the sealer?

Thanks again.

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