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Old 03-24-2010, 06:23 PM   #11
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Gorilla Tape works great when applied to a plastic or rough surface or where you can wrap and stick it to itself. It won't work that well on a smooth surface such as the belly pan unless you get it very clean (like with acetone) and then apply the tape in warm weather. It might stay on if you sealed the edges with a good quality caulk but would eventually start peeling off due to age and exposure.

Your best bet is to find some thin corrugated metal and screw it on sealing the edges with silicone or caulk or even thin flat metal bent to fit (thin aluminum) and fill in the gaps with caulk. Any tape or like product will eventually fall off from dirt, wind, temperature changes or a combination of the 3.

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Old 07-29-2010, 01:53 PM   #12
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Darco make a tape for their darco underbelly, if yours is corrugated you can cut a piece of corrugated plastic and screw and silicone it over the whole, sign shops have the corrugated plastic (used in campaign signs).

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