Discussion in 'Restorations' started by paradox, Aug 10, 2011.
Do you need to use a silicone gun for it @paradox ?
could you use one of these types?
My work here is done xx
@davidoft was correct it was too cold
So it wasn’t the guns fault but thanks for the suggestion
I warmed the tube up in front of the wood burner today and it squeezed out ok
I've been away from the site for ages (life got in the way), popped back for a peek-about - this is the first thread I checked in on.
Good work Para, keep going mate
Cheers foxy nice to have you back
does that mean I should sir in front of the log burner , before squeezing out a log
Yes.... the family will be impressed ..
Got the engine bay seam sealed and started sanding the ceiling
I’ve taken the tailgate off and brought it home to prep and paint.
I’m glad I pulled the glass from it
That's not too bad, but best stopped.
I think I’ve caught it just in the nick of time.
Hows you old mate you ont road yet been following you build for a while. Looks good
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Considering it was done by a ‘pro’ (used loser than a lose poo!)
I don’t know where you get the inclination to do it para, I’d of been bored long time ago.
Rear hatch primed and painted
Spot on fella!
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I’ll have to go over the outer skin with the roller to get it the same texture as the rest of the bus.
But with the weather surprisingly warm and dry today I was glad of the opportunity to get some paint on it to seal it up.
Fingers crossed it doesn’t drop too cold tonight.
Noice work on the tailgate.
Wish it was warm and dry here. Been cold and drizzly all day.
Great work thanks for sharing, Ive goto get my mojo back on mine when weathers s bit better, much the same crap job by 'pro's', time for me to have a go. Your thread is a wealth of info & motivation, cheers
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