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Old 07-22-2017, 08:44 PM
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Originally Posted by Charlie Myres View Post
Yes it will! Any two dissimilar metals in contact when wet, will start electrolysis.

If you put a thin film of silicone rubber between the two when they are joined, it will prevent any electrolysis.

Nice work on the car; it is one of my favourite reads!

Cheers Charlie
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If you put a thin film of silicone rubber between the two when they are joined, it will prevent any electrolysis.

Better still, use an aerospace-grade polysulphide and you'll never have to look at it again.

Will
Charlie and Bill: Thanks for info! I stand corrected and will make sure I put some material between these metals to prevent problems.
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