Use this product to seal and bond materials employed in trailering and construction, including metal, concrete, glass, plastic and wood. Excellent for sealing doors, windows, vents and other potential leak sites on motor homes and enclosed trailers. Lowest Prices for the best Tools from Loctite. Loctite Urethane Sealant - 10.2-Fl Oz Cartridge - Gray part number L0150811 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Loctite Urethane Sealant - 10.2-Fl Oz Cartridge - Gray

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Loctite Tools - L0150811

Use this product to seal and bond materials employed in trailering and construction, including metal, concrete, glass, plastic and wood. Excellent for sealing doors, windows, vents and other potential leak sites on motor homes and enclosed trailers.

Features:

  • Provides a waterproof seal between joined parts
  • Bonds to metal, wood, glass, plastic, masonry and concrete
  • Withstands temperature changes
  • Can be painted 72 hours after setup


Specs:

  • Applications: all seams and joints in enclosed trailers and RVs as well as in construction projects
  • Quantity: 10.2-fl oz cartridge
  • Gray color


Loctite urethane sealant is applied as a thick liquid to parts before assembly or in seams after assembly to create a waterproof bond in a variety of applications. It can seal doors, windows, vents and other areas in enclosed trailers where water could enter. It can also seal concrete and masonry construction applications.

Note: Requires a cartridge applicator to apply sealant.



0150811 Loctite Urethane Sealant - 10.2 Fl-Oz Cartridge - Gray





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Video install ventline ventadome trailer roof vent v2092sp 28
Ventline Ventadome Trailer Roof Vent Installation
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Video Transcript for Ventline Ventadome Trailer Roof Vent Installation

Today on our enclosed trailer we're going to be installing the Ventline Ventadome trailer roof vent, part number V2092SP-28. Now the roof vent itself will go between these two cross-members. We'll be cutting a square hole that the roof vent will drop in and then screw from the topside down. Now we're going to go ahead and mark out our four corners of the hole that we need to cut out, and we'll put four little pilot holes from the inside of the trailer, going upward through the roof. And we'll go ahead and take our straight edge, go ahead and draw a line to connect the four holes. So this right here is the area that we'll be removing. Now that we've got our larger hole drilled here in the roof, it'll allow us to slip the jigsaw blade into place, and begin cutting out the square. A quick tech tip.

We found it might be easier if you go ahead and drill a large hole in each of the four corners. That way when you run your jigsaw to the corner, it makes it much easier, and then you can continue. Instead of not having an area to turn the saw blade. Now that we have our hole cut here, go ahead and test fit our roof vent in it. Now that we know our roof vent fits, next we're going to need to go ahead and add some sealant to the roof before we screw the roof vent down. Now the Loctite Urethane Sealant that we'll be using is part number L0150811. Now we'll go ahead and set our roof vent in place. We'll make sure that the hinge is facing towards the front of the trailer.

Next we're going to go ahead and use some number eight by three quarter inch-long sheet metal screws, part number 31071, and install them in all the holes around the flange here. Now we're back inside the trailer. We'll go ahead and show you how this interior piece fits up here. Goes in this groove. But you'll notice now, because of our particular trailer there's no extra bracing in here, that'll give us an area to screw to. So we went ahead and cut a couple pieces of scrap plywood up and just made a little block here.

We'll go ahead and put this block up in that area, and then we can screw to that. It'll give us something to keep this interior valence piece in place. Now in order to get these to stay up, we're going to need to go back up on the roof, and loosen up a couple of these screws, and then tighten them back down into the wood. We'll do this at each of the four locations. Now the wood screws that we'll be using to attach the interior valence piece are number eight wood screws by three quarter inch long, part number 30587. Now in order to raise the cover of the vent you simply turn the knob clockwise. When you want to lower it back down, you'll take the knob here, and you turn it counterclockwise. And that'll do it for our installation of the Ventline Ventadome trailer roof vent, part number V2092SP-28, on our enclosed trailer.

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