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flush fuel cap

JimW

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Has anyone tried to fit a flush fuel cap on their wing tank? We are getting ready to build our 18 gallon wing tank for the Delta and would love to put keep the fuel cap flush. Our concern is installing the tank in the wing section, glueing the plywood skin over, then fabric and then filler cap. I am not sure how possible this is to do. Any comments?
 

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