Quick fix

Asked by Feb 21, 2016 at 06:30 AM

Question type: General

How can I temporarily fix a gas tank to get it to the
shop. The whole is not size of a penny

2 Answers


We use to use bondo back in the day, Check with the parts stores, I'm sure they should have something for a quick fix.


really?! is it worth messing with gas and the chance of fire to avoid a tow?

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