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Gas tank strap isolators or not?


are we using them or not?



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I always do. I use roofing tarpaper. It is pretty much identical consistency, thickness etc to the original pieces that come out.

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Saw a video on YouTube. Person used hockey tape.

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I'm no hockey guy but isn't hockey tape pretty thin? The stuff that is in there is a pretty heavy material, at least the tanks I've pulled off have had a thick strip.

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I used them on the Beaumont. Have used tar paper. ( is it still available ? )

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Carl Stevenson wrote:

I always do. I use roofing tarpaper. It is pretty much identical consistency, thickness etc to the original pieces that come out.


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I used window setting tape, used on framed windows.



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I bought a repro set from Classic Industries. Got a whole roll of tar paper in my shed that never occurred to me to use, just in case anyone needs some!



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pontiax wrote:

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I used window setting tape, used on framed windows.


 Same here! Kinda rubbery,,but not.



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You can use weatherstripping also.

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