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    Default Sea Goin Poxy Putty !!!CAREFUL!!!

    FYI, I've got three quart kits of this product mis labeled.
    It shows Part A and Part B on the labels but each can is filled with only the white
    Part A.
    Remember Part B is GREEN

    I called Permalite Plastics Corp and they told me they would send out
    replacement kits. ( havent showed up as of today)
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    I wonder how many of those got sent out? Somebody that doesn't know isn't going to be very happy when then mix it and it does nothing!

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    We recieved a "letter" regarding this company this past week regarding some operational difficulties and I would bet you may not get your Epoxy for a while call if I can help I have about 20 kits took almost 2 months for the last shipment Tom

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    Thanks Tom, I'll see if it shows up next week
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    Had the same thing happen to me. Staying with marine Tex for small repairs
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    be carefull guys i set 2 intakes and the epoxy was part a and b and once mixed it hardened in 2o min. it is suppose to stay plyable for longer, well once in the boat and all re rigged the intakes came loose and the epoxy got soft. once it hit water it was no good. the cans we got were labled with the date 2009 of dec. they sent me replacement kits but does not make up for all the time and money lost on these 2 boats.

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    Don't tell me that, I set mine with some dated DEC 2009

    not sure how fast it cured, because I set it checked everything then left.

    it was cured the next day.

    So your saying it got soft once it got wet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by widowmaker View Post
    Had the same thing happen to me. Staying with marine Tex for small repairs
    Is sea goin supposed to be better than marine tex, We've always used marine tex to set intakes and have never had a problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by Outlaw View Post
    Don't tell me that, I set mine with some dated DEC 2009

    not sure how fast it cured, because I set it checked everything then left.

    it was cured the next day.

    So your saying it got soft once it got wet?
    YES! Hard as a rock dry and soft enough to dig it out with your finger after it hits the water!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDG911 View Post
    be carefull guys i set 2 intakes and the epoxy was part a and b and once mixed it hardened in 2o min. it is suppose to stay plyable for longer, well once in the boat and all re rigged the intakes came loose and the epoxy got soft. once it hit water it was no good. the cans we got were labled with the date 2009 of dec. they sent me replacement kits but does not make up for all the time and money lost on these 2 boats.
    x2 same here even did a tester and it was plyable for 30 plus minutes but when i mixed it to the ratio recommended i was scrambling to get my intake set

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    whats the shelf life of this stuff? bought some back in '07...wonder if its still any good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad @ SCJB View Post
    whats the shelf life of this stuff? bought some back in '07...wonder if its still any good.
    cant be any worse than the new stuff
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad @ SCJB View Post
    whats the shelf life of this stuff? bought some back in '07...wonder if its still any good.
    i wish i had your older stuff would have been more plyable and workable

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlowRyd View Post
    Is sea goin supposed to be better than marine tex, We've always used marine tex to set intakes and have never had a problem
    Depends on the application: SG will flex a little as your hull flexes, which makes it a better choice for intakes. MT is more brittle than SG and won't flex with the hull. So as Widowmaker suggested, MT is better suited for small repair jobs.

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