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    Need "three bond 1215" or equivalent

    I am replacing the front seal on a 1996 Polaris SLT700, and just noted in the Polaris service manual I am supposed to seal the front seal housing to the front case with "three bond 1215" but I doubt I am going to cruise into autozone and buy this stuff...Does anyone know an equivalent product for this job, or who carries this stuff? thanks in advance, I did see one post that suggested Yamaha sells some sort of case sealant.


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    I'd have to think any snowmobile / atv /watercraft shop will carry threebond. You won't find it at an autoparts store.

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    Yamabond

    Yamabond will work fine and you will probably find it at any local bike shop in your area.

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    thanks for the responses, I was hoping to find something local to keep the project moving. Interestingly, I found a web page of equivalents showing threebond 1215 equiv to 3m-T3 silicone and Loctite/Permatex 599 ultra gray, the latter be in every auto parts store and way cheaper, but I am not going to do it out of fear of failure.

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