Thread: permatex timing
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Old 06-17-2014, 12:15 PM
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Default Re: permatex timing

Originally Posted by SuperDave View Post
If the sealant is needed to seal against compression(head, exhaust) or vacuum(intake, crankcase), then wait for it to cure. If its for a waterproof seal such as the mag cover or clutch, it'll be okay after an hour.
Agree, timing covers and the such are under no pressure and I would think an hour or so will be plenty of time.

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