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Old 08-18-2013, 03:31 PM
Zad Zad is offline
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How to seal ski locker from engine bay?

I have a '94 prostar 205 that is new to me and the bulkhead that separates the aft end of the in-floor ski locker from the engine compartment is cracked around the perimeter allowing water from the engine compartment to move toward the bow into the ski locker. Do any of you have suggestions on what to use to seal this? I am thinking a silicone or some type of plastic weld. The plastic weld idea I am questioning as I am not sure it would take the flexing that the hull goes through. Is there a silicone that would hold up to small amounts of oil and fuel exposure or is there some other compound I should be looking at?
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