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Old 04-17-2011, 04:57 PM   #11
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yeah i know just gets to me sometimes appoligies BILL got a little worked up
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yeah i know just gets to me sometimes appoligies BILL got a little worked up
its ok it's bound to happen we all have opposing views opnions and info i jst dont wanna see a fight here in the thread and for a mod to repremand you so stay positive helpful and happy
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No problem Ryan. The info is available on the GE site. 1200 series isn't necessary for most jobs, such as caulking around the house or an aquarium reseal, there are jobs where it would be preferable. I believe it has a higher shear strength also, which would be advantageous in a large tank. Large tanks are built with thinner glass than they were years ago, so bond and shear strength are more important than they were. I am told that the major manufacturers use the 1200 series, but I can't verify that.
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