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Old 11-08-2016, 16:39   #16
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Re: The dreaded water drip!

I'm a fan of 4000 and 4000UV, also 5200 for providing working time. These port use Polysulfide because it is joining gelcoat, laminates, and teak. It stays flexible, but i thing my mistake was on alignment of the teak frame.
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