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Last summer I discovered the grill dust guard on the front of my Jaguar broken and hanging. I figured some vehicle with a protruding hitch had backed into it in the parking lot. I removed it by the one plastic turn screw
still holding it and kept it. Several hundreds $$ to get a new one. Last month I remembered a post I had read with the following statement "It has been said 5200 will hold together a bad marriage". So I went in the garage and fetched the silver painted rubber/plastic bumper along with a tube of 5200 front the boat. Well there you go, it is all repaired and holding great!!
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A true boater's solution for sure. Wouldn't it be ironic, if the trailer hitch that smashed the grill was used to pull a boat? (g)

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I have an above ground pool in the back yard and every spring a few sprigs of this really tough grass grows up through the bottom. I dive down with a blob of 5200 on my finger, pluck the grass and smear the 5200 over the hole. It sticks to the vinyl under water. Great stuff.
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Also great as toothpaste
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Also great as toothpaste
For mother's-in-law and recalcitrant teenagers......

I got an Old Fat Boat
She's Slow But Handsome
Hard In The Chine, but Soft In The Transom
I Love Her Well, And She Must Love Me
But I think It's Only For My Money
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..... Gordon Bok
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It has remarkable potential as Hemmorroid cream. Put some on, have a seat and wait 15 minutes and you quit worrying about the 'roids'.
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