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I used brushable seam sealer from The Eastwood company, great stuff...Part#31028 ZP $19.99 a quart...
 

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The 3m brushable sealer is what my buddy's shop uses....
 

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Napa# 4313 neutral color, comes in a tube for a caulking gun.
 

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it all depends on the type of seam is is....some look better with a flowable " drip check " type of sealer like where the quarters seam in the trunk opening area near the sail panels. Then other seams like where inner wheel housings " tubs" meet the floor and in the firewall and floor area seal up very well with 3M ultra pro urethane seam sealer( this stuff is the SHIT)... the only down side is that it needs a special applicator gun PN 08398. This 3M stuff is the best i have ever used and is heavy bodied enough to booger up fairly large gaps.
 

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We will need some kind of stuff when we mini-tub the Dart. What kind of stuff can we use to float the inside of the wheel wells so that you cant tell they were enlarged??? I know the tires will fill it up but just want to make it look clean...

Rick
 
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rharveysr said:
We will need some kind of stuff when we mini-tub the Dart.  What kind of stuff can we use to float the inside of the wheel wells so that you cant tell they were enlarged???  I know the tires will fill it up but just want to make it look clean...

Rick
i used hurculiner on the entire bottom of the car. it a brush on bed liner. tough stuff
 
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