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Old 12-05-2012, 06:39 AM   #177
runnin4melife OP
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I am contemplating many things to get a good seal. The good thing is that I can play with a bunch of stuff before I go live with actual expensive resin. I am waiting on my gauge and plexiglass right now so I have a bit of time to brainstorm. Regardless of what is used it will have to work multiple times. We shall see, but I plan on testing the silicone caulk method for fun. It is relatively cheap and if it doesn't work I peel it off and try a piece of rubber gasket I have, if that doesn't I give something else a try. As sure as the silicone gasket will most likely work in following the garage craft I am trying to use available material that saves on overhead cost. If I have to I will break down and buy something.
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