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Protecting a fuel tank's internal strainer screen

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I believe I've spoken with you before about this...or it may just seem that way. In a situation like this, we've found it best to prep & seal the tank as normal, then while the sealer is still liquid, spray some compressed air into the tube with the screen to clear it. Use the canned compressed air such as for computer cleaning as it will not be quite as forceful to disturb the rest of the tank interior.

Let me know if this idea makes sense for your particular tank construction.

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