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Old 03-21-2006, 06:05 PM
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Default Gasoline resistant gasket material???

I'm finding that Seal-All is only good for about a year to help seal my custome filler tube. Does anybody know of a good gasket material in a cut-out style or caulk/rtv style that will hold up to gasoline for the long term?
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Default Re: Gasoline resistant gasket material???

I have never had gas hurt the Good RTV the black stuff that smells like hell. [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]
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Default Re: Gasoline resistant gasket material???

I always just used good heavy truck inner tube material in the past, seemed to hold up fine . There are some really good gasket materials out there but almost no parts stores carry it anymore.
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Thanks guys! What about the good 'ol cork gasket material?
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Default Re: Gasoline resistant gasket material???

Humm... in a pinch I used to use good ol' brown paper bag paper (and thin cardboard) wiped down with oil or Crisco (Drool...mmmm... whale blubber!).
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Found this website with some helpfull information.

http://www.quickcutgasket.com/materials.html
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