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Stainless Bulkhead


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  • 5 weeks later...

It bears saying that stainless and ally/galv don't play we'll together. If you plan on having many galvy bits anywhere near the bulkhead/foot wells then you may in the long run be better off going the galv route. For instance, the stainless bolts in my mate's truck went through various bits of ally and galv, and after barely two years, it was nigh-on impossible to undo them, and there was corrosion around any ally that they touched. You can get a gunk that stops this, I think it's called galvanic inhibitor compound or some such, they use it in the marine industry for exactly this.

Hope that doesn't just cloudy things up!


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