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Old 06-27-2011, 07:57 PM   #1
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Is there anyone who uses Trempro 636 & Sikaflex 221 on a 70's AS

Now that I am getting close to removing the shell off of "Ma", I want to seal the leaks 1st! I am fortunate in the fact that I have a fastenal next door to my work. They currently have trempro 636 in stock for $6 a tube with company discount. they do not have or carry sikaflex. My ? is.... are there places that I should use 636 instead of 221 and vice versa? If not I am trempro 636 all day long. Thanks, Ben
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Old 06-27-2011, 08:21 PM   #2
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Ben that's exactly what I used and where I bought it.
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Old 06-27-2011, 09:23 PM   #3
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TremPro 635 is more appropriate than 636 for use on your trailer, due to resistance to vibration and better adhesion.
You can read the product specs at Tremco Urethane Sealants
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thanks for info but fastenal didnt have 635 in stock and gave me a sweet deal on a case of 8 tubes, around $5 a tube after taxes. I dont think I will need 8 but I will remove all the old and reseal the whole trailer.
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Good luck on the Safari

Bennyg, I have also been using the 635 on my AS. I think it works well. I started a shell off resto of my 1976 23' Safari in April. I gutted it, new 3/4" ply floor. And rust proofed frame. I'm putting her back together with a new layout. I think the 23' is a perfect size to renovate. Good luck!
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I use nothing BUT 636. It is never in stock and I always have to order it in(24 tubes at a time).
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