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Best marine epoxy to use when sealing a coil


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Are you coating it or need something thin that penetrates when you pour or inject it? If you are coating it, I've used Loctite and J-B weld marine epoxies. I have not yet poured thin epoxy to do things like cable replacement. Mel Parker and OBN (Joe, old beechnut) have posted about fixing the coil cables, unfortunately, when I searched on the posts the images were not there and I don't think all the text was complete either. Not sure what epoxy they used for pouring or injecting with a syringe, but it was a thin one with a longer setting time than the ones used to coat a coil.