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Old 05-01-2017, 10:28 PM   #4
MARTINSR
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Re: What's that non-hardening putty stuff used for seat belt bolts to pan?

I don't know about an off white color that did the same thing. Hopefully we are on the same page. Strip-caulk is most certainly the most common used for what it sounds like you are talking about. A soft, not hardening seal. Under washers on bolts, master cyl covers on the floor, that sort of thing. Anywhere that you need a seal but will be removing it at some time do you wouldn't want something that hardens.

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