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    4200 or 5200 for pump seal installation

    Riva 1300 grate and pump seal kit on the way. I have heard both 4200 and 5200 bein used. Which one is best and where can i get it. Also this will be the first time i dig into the ski for some mods. Any advice would be good.


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    I used 4200fc just in case I ever need to remove it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JLynch View Post
    I used 4200fc just in case I ever need to remove it.
    Ditto, and I ended up having to remove one once

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    thanks ---so the 4200 just in case i need to remove it someday. Where can i get it. Boat store, walmart, etc...

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    Wink

    Be sure it is 4200fc. the fc stands for fast cure. cheapest place was ace. lowes and home depot have it too. west marine was the most expensive in my neck of the woods.

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    Come found out later it comes in different colors too. I would have used black on my ppk since my ski is black.

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    where is the best online price for 4200 fast cure in black?

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    dry fit the entire deal first

    you'll be sorry if you don't. One the silicon is in place the clock starts..so make sure all bolts are cleaned and ready, and you have the right tools available and the bolt tightening pattern printed out and taped to the bottom of the hull in the correct orientation.

    Some do's have different placement requirements for the goo..be sure to check the correct service guide to see exactly where it has to go

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    Also mask off wherever you do not want the 4200/5200 that oozes out to stick. The tape makes cleanup a breeze. Also have some mineral spirits handy to get the excess off. I use lacquer thinner but some don't.

    DO NOT TRY THIS WITHOUT A WAY TO REMOVE THE EXCESS

    Check out this PDF

    http://greenhulk.net/forums/showthread.php?t=14230

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    Went all around my town and only came up with one 3oz tube of 4200. Is that gonna be enough. They all had plenty of 5200 though.

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