OK, how did you get the ring inside the tank to bolt up from inside? Isn't it a larger diameter than the hole you created?
The steel lines in that underside shot look very neat, nice work.
I did mention but proberably not clear that i cut 2 slices either side and rewelded, but it doesnt have to be done if you cut just one slice in the ring and wind it in.
I will also mention i can easily get my big fat hand inside the tank and remove the bolts with a spanner or small ratchet, which could be handy in putting longer studs in for other mounting purposes eg: claps and brackets for a cover.
Shit, here we go.
Please people, if you going to ask questions on this forum, you need to clarify them.
Now we will be bombarded with Scott's photos of his highly toned rear end instead of his mustangs diff
The word "swims" upside-down is still "swims".
- If you rip a hole in a net, there are actually fewer holes in it than there were before
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