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Username Post: material for fire wall sealing        (Topic#280472)
OLD CAR 
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05-01-12 08:34 AM - Post#2221090    

What material can I use to seal the opening around the steering column post? The regular cover will not work on the opening any more.
Thanks if anyone replies.


 
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cederholm 
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05-01-12 08:37 AM - Post#2221093    
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  • OLD CAR Said:
What material can I use to seal the opening around the steering column post? The regular cover will not work on the opening any more.
Thanks if anyone replies.





I use this.

Hope that helps,
Carl
Carl E. Cederholm
Brooklyn NYC
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05-01-12 08:42 AM - Post#2221096    
    In response to OLD CAR

try some neoprene padding look on ebay or try your local hardware store
neoprene padding
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Edited by RICKYRICARDO on 05-01-12 08:43 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
OLD CAR 
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Thanks for the fast replies you guys are great.


 
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05-01-12 09:46 AM - Post#2221115    
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you can get that sealer at car quest and napa,too. been using it for years.
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