Trying to source a tank protector
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    Trying to source a tank protector

    Hi everyone,
    I just picked up an '03 S3. The guy I bought it from was a Triumph nut and tuned it up so it runs like new. It's almost perfect. Unfortunately, the guy before him applied some god awful adhesive to a tank protector. The protector is gone now but the adhesive remains. I've been searching for another protector that will just cover up the mess but can't seem to find anything meant specifically for that year/model. I thought I'd try my luck here. Any ideas where I could look? I've looked at TechSpec and Tank Slapper. Please and thank you.
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    TechSpec makes a good product. I have no experience with Tank Slapper.

    Before I did anything like that I'd get some Naphtha from your local hardware store and try to clean off the adhesive. You might be surprised at how much comes off, and putting a new one on will be easier and better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crashmasterd View Post
    TechSpec makes a good product. I have no experience with Tank Slapper.

    Before I did anything like that I'd get some Naphtha from your local hardware store and try to clean off the adhesive. You might be surprised at how much comes off, and putting a new one on will be easier and better.

    Thanks CM, I'll give it a try.

 

 

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