Thanks Joe. His did! I"m wondering why. Also if it is a pin hole leak that is accessible has any one tried a light (only with diesel) brazing. I did this with heavy equipment and it held for years. How about JB weld for gas. Just asking?
Thanks for the reply. I just ordered a new replacement fuel sender. Spoke to Mary at Centroid and she said that they weren't sure the exact depth of my tank but said that 27" is what she felt was probably correct size. I told her it wasn't that critical for the sender to go all the way to the bottom of the tank since I have never gone below 100 gallons of the 170 gallon capacity. The sender went out 3 years ago and I didn't know how difficult it would be to remove the deck to expose the sender. So I decided to just install a flow meter since I wanted one anyway. I just need the fuel gauge to tell me that the tank is full when filling up. Was it easy to lift to deck to expose the gas tank?
I agree if you have it out. I just didn't know if a patch could have worked instead of pulling the tank. It does depend on location and accessibility. Thanks for the reply.The pinhole was in a rotted area, if I'm taking out the tank , why risk it by patching. Time and safety was much easier.