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Old 05 June 2008, 18:27   #21
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Can't find the link to Youtoob Bradders.
Randski's vid - here:


I'll post mine on there when I find out how to do so.....
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Old 08 June 2008, 02:38   #22
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very nice mollers ...thats the one i saw on the M5 when we passed ....didnt notice your pictures until today.....

took shakespeares play on Sunday but had a bad day .....finally got the underfloor fuel tank coupled up and filled with fuel .....the tank was spotless from what i could see but i reckon with me filling the tank i pulled a lot of blue hylomar silicon sealant used to seal the inspection hatches into the engine filter ...all wrapped up like a tennis ball there was so much ...

goes like a train though


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Old 08 June 2008, 05:34   #23
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very nice mollers ...thats the one i saw on the M5 when we passed ....didnt notice your pictures until today.....

took shakespeares play on Sunday but had a bad day .....finally got the underfloor fuel tank coupled up and filled with fuel .....the tank was spotless from what i could see but i reckon with me filling the tank i pulled a lot of blue hylomar silicon sealant used to seal the inspection hatches into the engine filter ...all wrapped up like a tennis ball there was so much ...

goes like a train though


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That's exactly what they found on mine with the first service...
Wonder if it's a common fault on ribs, or if Shakespeare need to do something a bit different...???
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Old 08 June 2008, 05:40   #24
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If petrol can release the Hylomar, is that the right gasket cement to be using with petrol? Just a thought.
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If petrol can release the Hylomar, is that the right gasket cement to be using with petrol? Just a thought.
probobly not Jeff ......i was aghast at the actual amount .....all rolled up it was the size inbetween a golf ball and tennis ball .......it certainly ruined my day


neil ......probobly worth talking to steve the boat about it


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If petrol can release the Hylomar, is that the right gasket cement to be using with petrol? Just a thought.
Blue Hylomar is fuel resistant but not suitable for continuous exposure to petrol it breaks down eventually.

The only stuff I found that is supposed to be in contact with petrol is that red stuff that I can't remeber what its called.
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de anser iz in de abuv parrergraf butt yool nead a inigmer masheen too deecode itt

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I dun it RTV silicone innit
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