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I don't know how old this post is, but from what I've heard...

the fiberglass' resilience to the gas depends on the epoxy used to make it. There are two types a Polyester resin and something else...can't remember. I've also heard that there is some kind of coating, that once the tank is done, can be poured in, swished around and poured out. It leaves behind some kind of protective coating.

I don't think the gas would eat through any kind of fiberglass, these are just different things that help improve its life.
 
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