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Old 02-09-2015, 02:04 PM   #1
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Sealing new skin Panels

Finally getting around to replacing a bunch of ribs and installing some new exterior panels on my 1952 Clipper. My question is do I need to apply any type of sealant on the overlap between the panels. I have some Tremco 635. Should I apply a thin layer or should I use something else? I am already using this to seal all the interior seams.
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Yes. trempro would be appropriate to seal between panels.
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