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 Post subject: Leaky rivets
PostPosted: 21 Sep 2016, 17:31 

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Location: Buford Ga
Can I use this too patch them


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 Post subject: Leaky rivets
PostPosted: 21 Sep 2016, 18:17 
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Tim - that won't work.

can you explain where your rivets are and how many ?
PHOTOS of your concerns will help with more accurate feedback
with several options to choose from that will fit your skill set.



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 Post subject: Re: Leaky rivets
PostPosted: 23 Sep 2016, 16:55 
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Use coat-it

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 Post subject: Re: Leaky rivets
PostPosted: 23 Sep 2016, 18:54 
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Use coat-it

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What he said. http://eclecticproducts.com/products/amazing-goop-specialty-products/amazing-goop-coat-it-epoxy-sealer.html; Just did my 16 foot Fisher Marine jet jon with it and it is now bone dry.....


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 Post subject: Leaky rivets
PostPosted: 24 Sep 2016, 15:50 
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Something new under the sun. Always happy to see modern chemistry at work.

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 Post subject: Re: Leaky rivets
PostPosted: 24 Sep 2016, 20:44 
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stinkfoot wrote:
Prowelder wrote:
Use coat-it

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What he said. http://eclecticproducts.com/products/amazing-goop-specialty-products/amazing-goop-coat-it-epoxy-sealer.html; Just did my 16 foot Fisher Marine jet jon with it and it is now bone dry.....

Sounds like nothing but re-branded Steel-Flex to me ...



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 Post subject: Re: Leaky rivets
PostPosted: 24 Sep 2016, 21:32 
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DaleH wrote:
stinkfoot wrote:
Prowelder wrote:
Use coat-it

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What he said. http://eclecticproducts.com/products/amazing-goop-specialty-products/amazing-goop-coat-it-epoxy-sealer.html; Just did my 16 foot Fisher Marine jet jon with it and it is now bone dry.....

Sounds like nothing but re-branded Steel-Flex to me ...


Does Steel-Flex have graphite and Kevlar in it?


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 Post subject: Leaky rivets
PostPosted: 25 Sep 2016, 01:10 
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The Goop Coat It must be good stuff. I looked at the link. Says "enables boats to glide smoothly over debris and rocks".



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 Post subject: Leaky rivets
PostPosted: 25 Sep 2016, 02:58 
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The Goop Coat It must be good stuff. I looked at the link. Says "enables boats to glide smoothly over debris and rocks".

I haven't had any problems so far and gliding smoothly over rocks and debris is what I like to do.....


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 Post subject: Leaky rivets
PostPosted: 25 Sep 2016, 09:37 

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stinkfoot wrote:
LDUBS wrote:
The Goop Coat It must be good stuff. I looked at the link. Says "enables boats to glide smoothly over debris and rocks".

I haven't had any problems so far and gliding smoothly over rocks and debris is what I like to do.....

I'd just as soon keep as much distance as possible between my boat and the rocks.



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 Post subject: Leaky rivets
PostPosted: 25 Sep 2016, 17:03 
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Roofing tar sounds right.

Keep away from the Coast Guard and Environmental Police.

Listen to Johnny

Post some the info he asked for and listen.



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 Post subject: Leaky rivets
PostPosted: 26 Sep 2016, 08:43 
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Super Glue!
Just wick some thin or medium CA into the leaky rivet. Have to make sure the hull is perfectly dry but
it works like a champ every time.


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