Another interesting fuel tank repair, this time a Harley Davidson composition. At first glance, the tank had just a few holes, but the horror became apparent after sandblasting, which revealed a true sieve. I need to say that the American putty resisted so much that the sandblasting only succeeded at about 10 percent. The rest demanded mechanical removal. Then followed the endless story of tinning the individual holes. The tank was welded, pressure tested and internally pour-treated with a special compound. I am sure the owner is happy with its salvation. It will continue to serve for years to come.