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RE: About those innards ...

Hi,

Never had tar leak out of the inside of these type of cans, although some cans do have paper sleeves that are held in place with a blob of tar at the top the inside sleeve.

Here is what is inside a typical can:





The "innards" simply twist off and get thrown in the trash. The real chore is picking away at the inside base phenolic to allow the can to slip nicely in the flange. A little reaming of the inside flange base with a utility knife is necesscary to affect this.

Good Luck,

AJ



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