ParadiseMJ Posted January 14, 2010 Share Posted January 14, 2010 I dropped my tank yesterday to prime and paint it and replace the filler hoses before I put the new steel skid on it. On the top of the tank there are 2 little "porcelain" type fittings. One has a hose attached, the other is broken off at the nipple with no hose. The tank is in good shape (for an 88) with only minor surface rust. My question is, do those "nipples" need to have a hose attached AND where do the hoses go?? Would this be cause for a failed smog (CA) when I finally take it down to re-register. Also, if I have a space between the tank and the skid would there be any advantage at all to insulating the tank with that foil/bubble wrap stuff or...? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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