I’ll have a look round tomorrow and see if i can find anything out. Would help if you could post a picture of the bike, as all the cubs i have worked on over the years have all had the fuel tank just forward of the frame, under the front part of the seat.
You should be able to repair the tank you have got if you cant find a replacement, which i suspect is highly unlikely – just use some of that stuff they use to do normal tanks, but dont use kreem though – apparantley its more trouble than its worth although personally i havent used it. You could fibre glass the whole of your existing tank for a cheap and dirty fix but it depends on how much room you have to play with round it – again, a couple of pics would help.
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