Today started at Lowes to buy some gutter sealant. I thought that it sounded similar to ProSeal, but I found out soon enough that it wasn't. Before I tried to re-glue the wedge to the skins, I noticed there was a bulge in the trailing edge skin near one of the stiffeners so I filed one of them down. That seemed to fix the problem. Next, Ellen and I discovered that the gutter sealant is not like ProSeal, so we discarded that idea. Instead, I decided to do it without the sealant at all. I need to call Van's when they open to make sure there is nothing structurally wrong with this. I don't think there is, I think the only reason that ProSeal is called for is to help ensuring the trailing edge is straight while back-riveting it. What I did to over come the lack of glue was to cleco the entire trailing edge except the area over the back riveting plate. I back riveted the center rivet about half-way then moved outward ten holes in either direction and did the same thing. I did this until I had all the clecos out and had four rivets half-way set which held the skins to the wedge. I again started at the center and half riveted every fifth rivet until I got to the ends. Then I split that again from the center and worked outward. The trailing edge seemed to stay straight with no bows, waves, hooks, snakes or whatever other adjective you can use to describe an unstraight line. It was late and I didn't want to anger the neighbors so I stopped before I was 100% complete with the trailing edge.