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I was able to get a set of wheel moldings that are in very good shape for my 68. When I cleaned them off, I noticed that it looks like some form of sealant was put inside the moldings. When I thought about it, it made sense. Since these are areas prone to holding moisture and rust, a sealant/caulking would help keep water out. Then I thought that maybe this sealant would also help keep moisture in. Has anyone else tried to use a sealant or heard of sealants being used?
 

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try this

I live in Cleveland Oh there is a product called LPS 3 It comes in a spray or in bulk 40.00 can 5,oo it keeps the moisture out and leaves a thin film you can clean the excess off with any solvent and is not thick like regular rust proofing.I did my chrome wheels before winter And did my 95 -250 around 3years ago.they also make lps 1 and 2 they are lubercants they also work great.Nappa carries it
 
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