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Old 04-23-2015, 01:16 PM   #1
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Help! It seems that 3M's extreme sealing tape #4412N, 2" wide, is the preferred method of sealing leaks in the A-frame's bubble window seams. It is expensive (about $28 - 35) a roll, but I can't find a source that will sell one roll of it. Every source I've found sells it by the case (as much as 9 rolls per case). Does anyone know a source for buying a single roll of this tape?
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OC took a wide roll and used a bandsaw to narrow it down.... have you tried Amazon for single roll? Home Depoe or Lowes?
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Thanks Bob, for the response. I have tried Amazon; no luck there. You can only get a reduced piece of a roll, for an exorbitant amount of money. I'll try Lowe's and Menard's later today.
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it can be hard to find, try this - 3m tape
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Out and About, thanks, that's a big help!
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Old 04-24-2015, 07:43 AM   #6
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Here's where I bought mine:


Amazon.com: 3M 4412N Acrylic Extreme Sealing Adhesive Tape, 80 mil Thick, 18 yds Length x 2" Width, Translucent: Industrial & Scientific


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Thanks David!
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Old 04-24-2015, 09:40 AM   #8
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If you Google "3M 4412N" you will find several sources for a single roll as well as videos of how to apply it correctly.
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So 3M is trying to compete with Eternabond? Or is it a different product?
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So 3M is trying to compete with Eternabond? Or is it a different product?

It's not the same product. Never used Externabond but from my research when I did my windows the 3M is easier to put on. I know the 3M was easy to install on mine.

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