Join Date: Dec 2006
Location: Severna Park, MD
Hey guys, this is an easy-peasy thing. Much, of which, is common sense. If the "landing", upon which, your tank sets on, is wavy or, otherwise, uneven(?), then, use common sense. Clean and add, whatever, bedding material is needed to insure the tank is sealed to the frame flange. What's not to do?
If it's really "out of whack", get out your "hammer and dolly" and make it right?
64 1/2 Poppy Red Cvt. Resto-Mod
333 Cu.in. T5z, 3:55, Dual 40 mm DCOE Webers
Performer RPM, CI cam, TFS/TWs, Tri-Ys, Discs w/Shelby Drums
Severna Park, Maryland