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Re: 4x4Direct Patrol Snorkel

Postby Tinus lotz » 06 Apr 2016 07:25

Google dit weet nie daar by julle nie . Dis so swart tipe silicon wat hulle gebruik om kar vensters in te plak ens . Moerse rubust ideal as jou snorkel in is en jy druk die bek toe moet jou engine stop dan weet jy hulle is reg . Smeer en seël veral goed waar die pype in modderskerm loop .
Op die breather pype bly net dieselfde wat klaar daar in is? Miskien kan jy n gom pakkie kry by een van die motor glas manne daar naby jou ek het nou die dag gekort toe kry ek n selfde tipe een daar
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Re: 4x4Direct Patrol Snorkel

Postby Stefan » 06 Apr 2016 07:48

Iets soos hierdie?

3M Window Weld Urethane
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Re: 4x4Direct Patrol Snorkel

Postby JoshJ » 06 Apr 2016 08:17

Ek het gewone swart silicone gebruik. Myne lek niks. As jy n sak oor die punt trek. Dan trek die kar dood. Maar moenie skaam wees met die silicon. Laat loop hom. :lol:
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Re: 4x4Direct Patrol Snorkel

Postby Tinus lotz » 06 Apr 2016 08:25

Stefan wrote:Iets soos hierdie?

3M Window Weld Urethane

Yes daai tipe goed
Jy moet maar nie skaam wees met daai goed nie dit plak soos k@k aan n wol kombers maak ook seker jy maak plan waar jy sny sodat daar nie roes kom nie .ek het laas somme n half size een gekoop by n kar venster plek vir 100 rand of so
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Re: 4x4Direct Patrol Snorkel

Postby Stefan » 06 Apr 2016 08:32

Sal Pratley Putty ook werk?
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Re: 4x4Direct Patrol Snorkel

Postby ricster » 06 Apr 2016 09:16

I think Prattley Putty will be very difficult to work with for this application. I would mask off the areas where it can be visible and use either a Sikaflex or 3M type silicone.
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Re: 4x4Direct Patrol Snorkel

Postby Tinus lotz » 06 Apr 2016 10:39

Jip sikaflex is eintlik die regte ding wipe net alle componente met asitoon on seker te maak dis skoon . Better seal is bietjie meer taai en kan groter gaps toe maak maar tot op 10mm sal sikaflex reg wees en jy kan dit by builders koop
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Re: 4x4Direct Patrol Snorkel

Postby Stefan » 06 Apr 2016 14:22

Got sorted at these guys: Glue devil

All kinds of interesting adhesives, as well as a 'Plastic-coat' type spray.
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