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which silicone for carbon blades?

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Deeper Blue Dude
Sep 15, 2004
anyone who could tell me what kind of silicone i shall use for attachment of the sides of carbon blades to the footpocets..?

and can you get it of again..?

Blade glue

I used Marine 5200 and I don't think my blades will be coming out! At least I hope not.
I used to use windscreen sealant, which is very secure, but not easy to get off again. Now I don't use anything, as I like to be able to take blades and footpockets apart for travel
hello dave

these are your blades (c4f30), just got em in the mail this morning, thanks . went imedialy for the pool, i was in there for 3 hours having loads of fun.. however the sides of the footpockets (sporasub) kept falling of the blades. so i thought i would have to cone em up. you say you dont use any, dont you have the same problem then..?

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