Anyone ever use the gas tank coatings for the insides of the metal tanks? Are they worth a crap? Easy to do or is there a better solution? (other than a new plastic tank)
Yeah, I like reserve, too. I also hate walking.I don't have one on there yet but I am going to put one on. I have to clean it all up anyway because my reserve doesn't work (and I hate walking). and when I'm doing all that I'll clean the carb out and put in that bigger jet.
OK, I just wondered. LOL. I've rode Honda 4-wheelers, since they came out in 1984 and I've rode a lot. Honda has never caused me to have to walk. I own Yamahas, too, and they have never made me walk, but I haven't rode the Yamahas as much as I have rode the Hondas.NO! I caused myself to have to walk by not checking the gas first.. LOL But had my reserve been working I would have been fine. Still not the Honda's fault because I knew it didn't work. Hasn't worked for quite a while.
I never thought about the wood screws. I'll bet that would work good. All those sharp edges would remove the scale and rust quicker.I have used a product called Kreem for motorcycle tanks and old lanterns that I restore. It's a long process but if you follow the instructions, exactly, it works great. I like to use a handfull of wood screws to clean the inside of metal tanks.