Outboard gas tank repair
I recently bought a used 3 gallon outboard tank from an online app. It looked ok, had 2 decent Merc fittings and some decent gas line so for $15 I took a chance. I cleaned it up and then noticed that on the top where it steps down both corners had some damage, like maybe somebody dropped something heavy on the tank and it just crushed it a little. I put some gas in it and noticed that both corners were leaking just a bit from a few cracks. I cleaned the area good with denatured alcohol and then tried Gorilla epoxy on it. Let it dry a few days, but last night when I moved the tank around gas leaked out again. The epoxy didn't bond with the plastic. Has anybody successfully repaired a tank like this? If so, how..... I have seen some glues that say they are resilient to gas, but I'm thinking in the heat etc... there is a lot of expansion in these tanks and not sure glue would hold for long.
Open to ideas....
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