Jim Haubert Engineering
XLCR Fuel Tank Repair
The client said that he was just sitting peacefully at a stoplight when, all of a sudden, this deranged post appeared out of nowhere. It all happened so quickly that he was unable to get the license number............................................

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After two days of hammering, shrinking, stretching, bending, swearing, kicking, pouting, bleeding, tending to an Owee, and all the other skills I so gracefully practice, here is how the tank looks.

All that’s left now is the finishing......................

I can’t believe I just said, “All that’s left” because

the next steps are the tedious ones of lifting each low

area and lowering each high one.

More will follow as time permits............................
 

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