Roof tar repair

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Slit the boot. Make a ventral slit, axial to the central orifice. Local anaesthetic, and prepare glue tray for readhesion of avulsed material. Scalpel!
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snipped-for-privacy@hotmail.com wrote:

You should carve away the lumpy parts, to get a good mating surface for the new boot. Since that pipe moves relative to the roof, I'd look for a boot with ridges at the top, perhaps even one you can put a hose clamp around. It needs to be able to flex a little as the pipe moves on sunny days, or when the HVAC hardware vibrates.
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