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    Home Made Pump Seal Kit?

    Are there any directions on what to do and what to use in creating a home made pump seal kit?

    I want to do it on an xlt but dont really want to spen the $60 for the kit.

    Thanks guys


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    I have used the large "rubberized" isulation that goes around water pipes from home depot and it seemed to work well with no issues. I later replaced it with the PPK but it was holding up fine. Just do a search and there used to be alot of conversations about it.

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    Or you can just fill it up with silicone and let it dry. (thats a lot of silicone)

    Seen closed cell foam in there too.

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    Fill it with fiberglass resin... lots of hardner of course

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    get a caulk tube of clear or white outdoor silicone in a caulk gun from Lowe's or Home Depot and let it dry. 5 bux a tube


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    Would all the weight that all that silicone would add hurt anything? I now the plastic tabs weight nothing, but a tube or 2 of silicone would way a good bit wouldn't it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KirkF350 View Post
    Would all the weight that all that silicone would add hurt anything? I now the plastic tabs weight nothing, but a tube or 2 of silicone would way a good bit wouldn't it?

    a tube is only 10 oz. very light. just picked one up and looked at the weight. Its nothing

    Its silicone, not caulk bro

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    Quote Originally Posted by RX951 View Post
    a tube is only 10 oz. very light. just picked one up and looked at the weight. Its nothing

    Its silicone, not caulk bro
    Man, it is so freaken great having you around!
    I feel like the Skipper. I got "The Professor" and my "Little Buddy" to watch my back.

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    Thats what this forum is about, we got each other's back !



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    I know I for damn sure I aint the professor (Billie is for sure) so ruling that out I must be your litt-- no bullshi# - Im your friend, not your little buddy- That sounds Ga# - I cant even say that word



    Quote Originally Posted by KirkF350 View Post
    Man, it is so freaken great having you around!
    I feel like the Skipper. I got "The Professor" and my "Little Buddy" to watch my back.

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