August 29, 2020 at 5:02 am #76143
Hi just some info pretty this has been asked 1000 times. Have a fuel tank that has been hanging around with the car for the best part of 35 years so you can imagine what I am faced with grit and treacle. Managed to remove some of it but need advise if anyone knows on something that would shift it. Obviously I want to try and keep the original if not there are some aluminium ones for sale has anyone got one and what are they like. Thanks. SimonSeptember 1, 2020 at 9:54 am #76163September 2, 2020 at 4:49 pm #76168
Thanks Mate. Was thinking the same. Will privite message you. Thanks. Simon.September 11, 2020 at 9:42 am #76240
I have recently bitten the bullet and bought a brand new aluminium tank through J and B spares they are on eBay I was having running problems and decided to go for the new tank as it’s my forever car but understand price wise that might not be an easy option
What I can say is that it will probably last longer than me and is quite simply a piece of art welding wise I also got new hooks straps lines etc
What I didn’t know Was that J and B stands for John and Barbara Long term 105E spares people from back in the day as I wrote to John he is still helping me keep an Anglia on the road after last assisting 25 odd years ago Highly recommended
I also took his advise and purchased a New mini van sender unit for the tank no one makes a new one for the Anglia and mine was goosed it fits but needs a bit of bending on the arm but nothing a competent mechanic cant sort for you if you are not doing the job yourself best of luck!!!September 11, 2020 at 8:09 pm #76243
Hi Thanks for your message. I think I may have found one from a friend I am going to try and pressure wash my out now after it’s been soaking in a solution for a couple of weeks. If that does not shift I will ask my mate and if that’s not happening then I will go down that route.
Thanks. Simon.September 25, 2020 at 8:04 pm #76421
Not wishing to be a pedant but J&B stands for John and Brenda.September 27, 2020 at 4:57 pm #76427
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