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Does not come in a caulking gun tube as far as I know but in a regular squeeze-out tube.
Make sure you get the "fast curing" version, which still takes several days to cure (it never hardens fully but remains slightly flexy, but very strong). Wear gloves - very hard to clean. The 5200 Marine is what I think you need. It also expands a bit from my limited experience with it, so do not be surprised if you see some come out from where you did not put it. Can easily trim with a sharp knife later if too much.
I need the wedge to force that half of the seat down where it belongs. the other half is down tight. but the loose side was up about an quarter inch. The wedge is nothing more than a piece of wood jamned between the underside of the cockpit to the lip of the seat.
I just checked the bond a little while ago, and it is still a liquid consistency. I did it yesterday afternoon. Is that normal ?
The temperature dropped to 39 here this morning. Will that screw up the project ?