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|20th August 2010, 20:34||#1|
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rusted fuel cap
I just realized the fuel cap of my bike is rusted, I had a tough time opening it and had to come back from the gas station to open it.
the cap completely comes out and is a cylinder roughly 2 inches in dia and 2 inches in height. the part that comes in contact with the tank shows some rust. What can I put on it to prevent rusting. I am sure it will come in contact with the fuel and I don't want anything to pass in the fuel system, not rust for sure.
machine oil? WD40? silicon based lubricants?
|20th August 2010, 20:43||#2|
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How about using sand paper to remove the rust from the area which is in contact with fuel.
|20th August 2010, 22:36||#4|
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More info on this link Pls. How to Prevent Rust in a Motorcycle Gas Tank | eHow.com
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