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    Open loop cooling block-offs

    WFO Performance is taking pre-orders on open loop cooling hull block-off plates.

    These are 6061 Aluminum, 1/4" thick. Made to fit inside the hull to cover the holes where the ride plate cooling tubes would normally stick through. No heavy sealant is needed under the rideplate with these babies. You can adjust/shim your open loop rideplate, or take it on and off without worrying about losing the seal between the hull and rideplate. Keep the inside of that hull dry.

    Simply clean the area, apply a bead of 5200 fast cure, and stick them down. Recommend 24hrs dry time. For added security, you can smear some 5200 on the bottom side too. Easily removable if going back to closed loop.

    $30.00 per set (that means 2 plates)

    paypal preferred

    If interested, shoot me a pm or e:mail so I can see how many more sets to make.
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    nice piece Gun!

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    I don't know how easy that will be to remove if you use 5200. A buddy used 5200 as caulking under a deck fitting on his cruiser, then needed to take the deck fitting back off a year later. It took off a big piece of gel coat with the fitting. That stuff is really strong when cured... Ron

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    Nice Rich

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    Thanks guys !

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    Quote Originally Posted by King_Of_Fun View Post
    I don't know how easy that will be to remove if you use 5200. A buddy used 5200 as caulking under a deck fitting on his cruiser, then needed to take the deck fitting back off a year later. It took off a big piece of gel coat with the fitting. That stuff is really strong when cured... Ron
    Been using the 5200 on hull inserts, bilge pumps, transom plates, and pump shoes for a while now. Yes it is a strong water proof adhesive, but you want something that will seal. The trick to removing it is to use a razor knife and cut the bead, while gently prying the piece out.

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    nice

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    i use 4200 fast cure..50% hold strength of 5200. But i will be the first to say that WFO is way way more experienced than I am and I totally would stick with what he says. In this app you dont want water coming in..use the full strength 5200.

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    OH, I didn't mean not to use it. I just meant that once it's on, it's not going to come off without a fight... Ron

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