sealing fuel tanks. one more time
My question involves sealing the outside of the tank, the outside of the end ribs
and the baffle. It seems to be unnecessary since there is no fuel there but I have seen pictures of tanks with sealant on everything, sealant on the end ribs but not on the baffle and tanks with no sealant on the outside (except for the nose of the end ribs). What is everybody's thoughts on this?