Seam Sealer suggestions

Exterior Body, Paint, Trim, Chrome

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    B392Hemi Well-Known Member

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    While in the process of replacing a section of the floor pan of my '65 Coronet, I'll be removing all that old black tar stuff Mopar had used. What type/brand seam sealer are you fellas using? The metal is cleaned, and then a coat or two of Rust Bullet has been applied in the areas I'm working on. The entire floor pan will be eventually cleaned and painted, so I wanted a good sealer for each of the many panel joints in the car.

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    Bob
    http://www.shoalwaterbay.com/coronet/1965Dodge.html
     
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    I use 3M brushable seam sealer. Works great, stinks bad !
     
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    eldubb440 FBBO Gold Member FBBO Gold Member

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    anything 3M
     
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    yep 3m
     
  6. rumblefish360

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    Hows the Eastward stuff? I just used it.
     
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    69 Runner ADMIN wif a corner office (Deceased - RIP)

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    Well if you just used it, you should KNOW how it is:p
     
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    Yup the 3M stuff is the best out there!:yes:
     
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    ODH

    When you make note of PL Premium, is the product, HENKEL 10.2 PL PREMIUM ADHESIVE P73948125 the same. I see this one on a couple web sites, price is excellent. Adhesive vs. sealant?
     
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    Eastwoods product is pretty good.
     
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    Thanks Mike!
     
  12. B392Hemi

    B392Hemi Well-Known Member

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    Thanks, looks like this might be the right product. I saw several on the net for $5 each, plus shipping.
     
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    I use the 3M brushable seam sealer as well. Don't use the Fast 'N Firm stuff in a tube, it dries and cracks in a couple days.
     
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    Same experience here.
     
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