Finished tank. Riveted rear baffle with squeezer. The placed a dab of sealant over each rear baffle bracket hole, clecoed bracket, then pop-riveted with AD-42's after swirling them in some sealnt. A final dab was placed on top of each rivet (see pic 2). End plate and fuel sender was attached - thistime I didn't use sealant on the gaskets, but a dab on each screw (pic 1). Worked great, but of course testing the tank will be the final exam - I will allow the tank to cure a couple days before testing. And thanks to local RV-7 builder Chad Jensen for helping with my depleted sealant supply. I couldn't have done this on the quart kit alone, though many builders have. I think too much of the black hardner was used on the first tank despite careful weighing with an electronic scale that measures 1/10 of an ounce.