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project66 05-18-2012 09:38 PM

Overlander tail light housing
 
I gutted a 66 Overlander Twin to replace the rear floor section and noticed signs of a water leak coming from one of the tail light area. Since the interior panels are off I drilled out the rivets and removed the housing to find no sealer of any kind between the body and the tail light housing. Is this a job for vulkem, silicone, or should there be a gasket of some sort? Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks, Tom

Inland RV Center, In 05-18-2012 09:41 PM

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Originally Posted by project66 (Post 1149088)
I gutted a 66 Overlander Twin to replace the rear floor section and noticed signs of a water leak coming from one of the tail light area. Since the interior panels are off I drilled out the rivets and removed the housing to find no sealer of any kind between the body and the tail light housing. Is this a job for vulkem, silicone, or should there be a gasket of some sort? Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks, Tom

Vulkem sealer.

Andy


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