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Postby shaggy » Wed 20th May 2015, 06:57pm

hi all how are we all
i want to do the seams ie ware wing meets scuttle panel etc will this stuff do the job please http://www.toolstation.com/shop/p67949

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Re: selant

Postby Nozzle » Thu 21st May 2015, 07:09am

Might do??

This is the stuff designed for the job though:
http://www.u-pol.co.uk/product-cat/162/tiger-seal%C2%AE-pu-adhesive-and-sealant.htm

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Re: selant

Postby shaggy » Thu 21st May 2015, 07:33am

thanks shags ya i knew that tiger seal was the correct stuff just seeing if i could get cheaper stuff my panels already on car its just to fill the gaps
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Re: selant

Postby asahartz » Sat 23rd May 2015, 10:53pm

That link you posted is basically a cheaper version of Tiger Seal and will do just fine.
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