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Old 04-26-2016, 10:34 PM   #33
City: Rosebank
Country: Australia
Join Date: Apr 2016
Posts: 12
In my previous life I had a guy who used to manufacter Aluminium boats tanks. If you can find the leak in situ. and you can get at it, you can often just tap the leak with a ball peen hammer and you will close the hole by spreading the material around the hole. If the leak is in the weld it is even easier, you have more material to work with. It is a permanent fix as it is only using the parent material. I saw him doing often, all his tanks had to be pressure certified as they were being made for Govt the Govt would check them before he was paid.
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