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Old 10-26-2006, 06:10 AM
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What's Hylomar?

Read about this on a thread about engine assembly.

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It's a thread sealant.
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It's a pretty good sealant. The stuff I have used stays soft and real sticky.

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It's what you say when you see Lamar....
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not a thread sealant, although it could be used for that. Rolls specs it in their engine assembly, amongst other people. It is a "non setteling, non hardening" sealer. They claim that it will seal up to .010 gaps, when properly applied. Stuff works great for intake ports.
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Read about this on a thread about engine assembly.
I use it a real thin coat on copper head gaskets, thats what it's made for.
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Old 10-26-2006, 03:05 PM
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Hi Lamar, Thanks

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