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Old 11-22-2006, 11:13 AM
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Cross-Link Polyethylene Fuel Cell/Tank

Am considering utilizing a plastic (cross-linked polyethylene) fuel cell/tank in my '53 Vette Replica project.

During my research and looking, I ran across a place called "Competition Race Accessories" on eBay. They are located in Lakeland, FL and have a very good feedback record. They manufacture quite an array of cells and say they will custom build.

Does anyone out there know anything about these guys and/or their products? Prices seem to be very good - but a fuel cell is not something that I want to skimp on!!

Appreciate any feedback!!

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Old 11-22-2006, 11:39 AM
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I never heard of that company, But if you want top of the line, check these guys
http://www.fuelsafe.com/

Later, mikey

They are not cheap, the custom bladder we had them make for an existing case was about 500 dollars.
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