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Question "clay" used between fenders and body?

Hello,

Does anyone know what the material and/or part number is for the stuff that is placed between the front fenders and the body on an 82 911? This is the material that was between the fenders and body all along the sides of the trunk and down the mounting plates just forward of the doors.

The material I found during dis-assembly was still pliable after years (decades?) on the car, was grey in color, and had the consistency and appearance of something like clay.

I would like to put the same material back during reassembly, but I have not been able to find any part number or information on the specific type of material used.

Thanks in advance,

Olivier
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Old 02-17-2009, 04:46 AM
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Is 000 043 129 00 sealing strip

Comes in a roll.
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Thanks...I got part 930-512-215-00 when I ordered over the phone, but now I know what to change it to...thanks again.
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Or 3M strip chalk if your stuck, i think it's the same stuff
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We used to call it dum dum .

One problem with it, it absorbs and hold water just enough to be a pain.

If you go to an RV dealer/repair shop they sell a Grey or white Butyl tape that works great.

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