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Old 09-12-2015, 03:26 PM   #11
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That is what I just used on mine when I did it. Run a bead around the opening, screw it down, then run a bead around the edge covering the screws as you go. Should not take very long at all. To get the old vent off, I used a plastic pry tool, kinda shaped like a putty knife only about 1 inch wide, to scrape off old dicor. Works good and doesn't cut into fiberglass roof. Auto parts store carries them to remove trim from cars.

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