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Best sealer for fuel panels?

Working with setup like so...



Running dual intank pumps.



Fuel is leaking out the top of the panel. I'd like to use some sort of sealer as well as the factory gasket. I had to "massage" the factory fuel pump opening to get my 2 larger fuel pumps installed.

Looks like they were using some sort of blue sealer here? Not sure if it's e-85 compatible.



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I am going to bring this back to the top.

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Haha, Yea no kidding!

You guys usually have the answer to all my issues! Maybe I can help out someone for once!

So I ended up using a permatex product called "The right stuff" few local guys use it and so far it's been holding up to e85 for roughly a year now.

So far so good!
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