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|04-30-2009 06:58 PM|
Originally Posted by arf145 View Post
|04-30-2009 06:45 PM|
Originally Posted by jarcher View Post
|04-30-2009 10:47 AM|
Originally Posted by sailingdog View Post
Hit the RV store yesterday, 1" wide x 20 feet for $8.00 Canadian. What is that these days, about buck and a half American?
|04-29-2009 11:53 PM|
|jarcher||I ordered some from the link MaineSail posted, and it is on its way! As i was looking at my genny tracks earlier tonight, it occurred to me that perhaps this stuff will ooze out from under the track and obstruct the block car? It seems that cleaning it out from under the lip of the track might not be the easiest thing to do... Just paranoia?|
|04-29-2009 11:44 PM|
And then you cut the extra that has squeezed out with a razor and you're finished. It's the easiest bedding clean-up I've ever done.
|04-29-2009 11:30 PM|
|arf145||I lay strips right next to each other and then give them a little rub to join them. When you bolt down the stanchion you are going to get a whole bunch of it back when it oozes out all around. Not hard to imagine at that point that it has filled in little gaps and irregularities pretty well. Depending on the temp when this is all done, you might see some more squished out next time you get back to the boat too.|
|04-29-2009 11:28 PM|
Originally Posted by jackytdunaway View Post
|04-29-2009 11:04 PM|
|jackytdunaway||my concern was how to apply a 3/4" piece to an area that is 2-1/2" wide. Do you lay strips right next to each other|
|04-29-2009 10:48 PM|
You can cut it to the right size with a sharp blade or if it is for a small area you can form it and roll it in your fingers like plasticene as I did under my winches (so it was just around the bolts in that case to keep the drain slots free of sealant).
|04-29-2009 09:49 PM|
|jackytdunaway||I had Grainger order me a roll of the 3" wide x 20' long but when i got it today one side had a cover on it that would not come off. I can find narrower but how do you use it in a large area like under a stanchion.|
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