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Old 08/13/18, 09:42 PM   #16
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There are Very Few problems well placed ordinance won't solve!

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Nothing like a little rain in the cab. I just want mine to be controlled by me and not something I forgot to seal. I just repaired rust for the last 4 years , I am ready to enjoy the fruits of my labor. In a dry setting of course!

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Old 08/16/18, 04:28 PM   #17
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Even though you can clean it off most of the exposed surfaces, I like using paintable sealer when doing stuff like that.
In all three locations in my opinion too. Between the top plate and the frame, between bottom plate and the cowl, AND in addition to the rubber seal in-between.

Putting it with the seal in-between keeps all water out of that area and won't let it get anywhere near the cowl anymore.
You'd want to make sure the frame is lined up perfectly and support it in position, so that the door frames line up and all that. But it should be pretty straightforward.

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Old 08/16/18, 05:24 PM   #18
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Thanks Paul.
I have a soft top so I guess I will wait until I get my cage installed to do the seal in the middle. I have a new seal, I am glad you mentioned sealer on that as well. I will definitely add some there when I get to that point.
Thanks for the reply!

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