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When I removed the old gas tank it was sealed to the trunk with some grey goo. I don't have time to order anything online, so what can I purchase locally (i.e. Autozone, Napa) that will do the trick??


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you can get that at any Napa type store "strip caulk".

comes in a roll.

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No problem, even if your from Whitefish, ::
 

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LOL, yea Whitefish Bay is not exactly the best place for restoring a Mustang :) Are you located in Madison.....where ya from??

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Oh yeah? but you Wausau guys have all the money!, even if I am from, oh bout 30 miles south of there. came to Madison for a weekend, 25 years ago. ::
 

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Heck, I'm surprised I can afford to live here!, I find myself parking my 96 ford ranger pickup between more and more beemers all the time, boy do those "keesh eaters" get nervous! :p ::
 

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you can get that at any Napa type store "strip caulk".

comes in a roll. :p
could a person use just plain ole' RTV silicone to seal it in ? or is that a bad idea ? I just yanked my tank out last weekend and will be reinstalling shortly also...

p.s. - i'm not from Wisconsin ::
 

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Good question, I dont think I would gust cause the weight of the tank would make the majority of that type of sealent "squirt out", even if your not from Wisconsin ::
 
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