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ZHoob2004,  Can I ask you why you need to use sprayable seam sealer?     If you are just trying to duplicate the spray texture of the seam sealer, there are several methods to create that spray on texture.   I can post text and pics to show you how to do it.


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Did some body work on the rear panel.



Small dents on roof were found.




rear dog leg body worked.



Right rear dogleg bodtworked.



Tools used for seam sealing Cowl Area: round mirror, acid brush attached to a screwdriver and a acid brush with the bristles

cut in half to make it stiffer.

IMG_3672.thumb.JPG.b22f54ebf59830a42f84a2f2b8fb0fde.JPGLacquer thinner can to used to

thin the seam sealer to make it easier to apply.

The cowl area was seam sealed with the Fusor sealer.



The exterior of the duct was seam sealed.


Even the interior of the duct was seam sealed( the top cover must be drilled out and removed to access inside).



Left rear dog after body work-painted with poly primer.



Right rear dogleg also poly primed after body work



The fuel filler section was attached to the quarter panel using Evercoat # 100823 seam sealer which is a two part epoxy seam sealer.

IMG_3685.thumb.JPG.62654bd7d5677ed042913d2abe7d4ab6.JPGOutside view of fuel filler section.


IMG_3687.thumb.JPG.aba7143fa38806422ca97c2b1c2ae782.JPGinside view of filler section.  The Evercoat # 100823 sealer was used because it has epoxy properties that resist damage from gasoline spillage when fueling.













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