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    2000 Polaris Pro 1200 rdizz81's Avatar
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    removing the silicone

    So how much of this stuff has to come off can a thin THIN layer stay on or do i have to get this thing as clean as new?....

    inside the ring there is just some silicone that i just cant get off lol


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    Only if it's a thin, thin, thin layer....the cleaner the better.

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    2000 Polaris Pro 1200 rdizz81's Avatar
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    Feel free to come check my work! lol

    THIS WEEKEND RAIN OR SHINE ILL RIDE UNDER A BRIDGE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdizz81 View Post
    So how much of this stuff has to come off can a thin THIN layer stay on or do i have to get this thing as clean as new?....

    inside the ring there is just some silicone that i just cant get off lol
    the cleaner the better. silicone will not adhere properly to silicone... you need to have a clean surface for it to bond and stay there...

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    2000 Polaris Pro 1200 rdizz81's Avatar
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    inside the ring is a thin layer of silicone and i just cant seem to get to it....

    i did buy the anti bonding spray it actually list 3m 4200 - 5200 on it should i spray in there and let sit over night?

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    Whew.... You meant THAT silicone.


    I was hoping you didn't mean :yay2::yay2::yay2: This one.

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    5200 is like steel when hard. if you thought that silicon was hard to remove, that stuff is nearly impossible to get out. I'd go with the 4200.

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    hi i use silicone remover, found in diy stores, building supplies, bath & kitchen supplies, names like ,silicone eater, silicone remover,

    jelly form spread it over silicone, gasket, leave best over night, all wipes off with a cloth, brillant on crank cases, etc.

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    info on silicone eater, google for differant brands.

    http://cpc.farnell.com/1/1/49499-sil...everbuild.html

    the digester

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    the one i used. trying to find it in the states.

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/No-Nonsense-Si...item3cad66d06c

    no hardwork. super clean surface.

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