Originally Posted by ttpete
Progress moves on. Today, there are better materials than we had 20 years ago. I've seen more crummy Kreem jobs than good ones.
No question that materials have improved over time. Kreem goes back a lot further than 20 years.
But that doesn't absolve incompetent prep work as the reason for failures of tank repairs done using Kreem.
I have three bikes with tanks lined with Kreem going back to 1984 which are all doing just fine, thank you very much. Two of them will never see ethanol, but that's got nothing to do with concern for the integrity of my repair jobs.