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    GPR pump plug kit: Riva or R&D?

    Is there a difference between the Riva nad R&D pump plug kit? I need to order one for my other GPR.


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    Quote Originally Posted by yamadood View Post
    Is there a difference between the Riva nad R&D pump plug kit? I need to order one for my other GPR.
    either one will do the job.

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    which one is closer

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    What do you mean which one is closer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by yamadood View Post
    What do you mean which one is closer?
    I`m sure Jerry can get either one. Click on the store link to view the GPR parts and don`t forget to type in the discount code during the ordering process.
    You can easily use the search feature, or create a build thread and post all your questions in one place. This topic has been many times over...

    The one on the left is R&D------------------------------------- the one on the right is Riva

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    If you get the R&D, make sure not to use the 2 rubber spacers. They will slow you down.

    While on this topic - when sealing the shoe with 4200 is ok to "caulk" the gaps with 4200 where it didn't squeeze out during initial sealing?

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    Sure, if you do it before the first application has had any time to cure, it will bond to it. If you do it some time later, it will still work but, it just wont be quite as strong of a seal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PuprleNuprleGPR View Post
    If you get the R&D, make sure not to use the 2 rubber spacers. They will slow you down.

    While on this topic - when sealing the shoe with 4200 is ok to "caulk" the gaps with 4200 where it didn't squeeze out during initial sealing?
    Spacers? Anyone confirm this?

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    ..remember too, as an alternative you can use Permatex Great Stuff and do it yourself. With that you don't need any 5200/4200 sealant... .

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    Quote Originally Posted by jim mcgreehan View Post
    ..remember too, as an alternative you can use Permatex Great Stuff and do it yourself. With that you don't need any 5200/4200 sealant... .
    Jim, that's what I was looking for, an alternative to the overpriced PPK. To do it this way I assume I fill all the voids with the great stuff and let it dry. Then sand smooth and apply more great stuff to the shoe surface and hull underside and reinstall the shoe?

    I did a search and see others have used some sort of epoxy but not sure what kind or where to get it. I have installed a PPK on my other GPR and it worked well but $80 is a bit much for some molded rubber inserts.

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