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Old 10-10-2007   #1
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Difficult repair

Help! I have an old Hypalon SB. The manufacturers glued in tags on both front tubes have started leaking. It will require a large patch in an awkward spot. Anybody have any suggestions, or been here before.

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Old 10-10-2007   #2
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Like the manufacturer's name is glued on and there is a leak from underneath it? How did that happen? If that's what it is, you could try to peel off the name using a heat gun, clean off the adhesive, and then apply a regular patch on the now clean hypalon.
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