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    I coated the back of the plates and also injected some into the screw holes. In addition after the install was complete and cleaned up I used a small amount to caulk around the plates all around and cleaned it up well.

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    tbear wrote:
    No downside except for removal. A sharp putty knife will correct the removal issue.

    I used a ring around the screw holes in addition to filling the holes themselves. I believe there are 5 or 6, so that tube goes a long way.

    If I told you I used 4200, I would get flamed. So I used 5200 too. Really. :right http://www.freesmileys.org/smileys.p....gif[/img]
    I think I'm going to use a ring around the screw hole also, thxs for the input.

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    No downside except for removal. A sharp putty knife will correct the removal issue.

    I used a ring around the screw holes in addition to filling the holes themselves. I believe there are 5 or 6, so that tube goes a long way.

    If I told you I used 4200, I would get flamed. So I used 5200 too. Really. :right

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    jhenkel wrote:
    Only down side is if you ever want to remove it. 5200 is not easy to 'undo'.
    That's good to know, new to boating and never used it before. Thxs

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    jhenkel wrote:
    Only down side is if you ever want to remove it. 5200 is not easy to 'undo'.
    I agree i installed them on a discovery 192 just did screw holes worked perfect no leaks

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    qbayle wrote:
    The instructions say just put a little bit of the 3m 5200 adhesive/sealant in the hole but the cautious side of me want to coat the back of the mounting plate all together or at least a little ring around the hole itself. Is there any down side to doing this?
    Only down side is if you ever want to remove it. 5200 is not easy to 'undo'.

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    The instructions say just put a little bit of the 3m 5200 adhesive/sealant in the hole but the cautious side of me want to coat the back of the mounting plate all together or at least a little ring around the hole itself. Is there any down side to doing this?

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