Fuel safe sealant

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IM looking for an RTV type sealant to replace a cork gasket that goes under the 8"x8" square bolt on fuel neck of a forklift I have. ITS A relic that originally had a cork gasket in this connection but I really don't want to hassle making another cork gasket.
 
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Years ago I used to use a product made by OMC ( Outboard Marine Corp ). They made a couple diff versions, the one I used that was fuel proof was called "type M", for metal to metal contact.
 

Dualie

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MOTOSEAL1 it is. Forms a tough flexible bond that is highly effective on irregular and uneven joint surfaces. Ideal for use on frequently disassembled engines. Resists gasoline and other damaging fluids. sounds exactly like what I have. Being a 30 year old machine close tolerances weren't their strong points. This is more to keep the WATER out than the GAS in.
 
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