|03-26-2006 10:32 AM|
The only material you want to plug and repair those holes with is a two part repair such as. Your choice they are all great. Best bet is pick the one your jobber stocks for ease of replacing as needed down the road.
These products are either--Epoxy base, Urethane or polyurethane.
Duramix, 3M, Fuzor, Sem, Norton, there are more and they all require a special gun.
I'm more in tune with the Duramix so that number is 4050 a one minute work time.
|03-26-2006 10:14 AM|
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|03-25-2006 09:48 PM|
Question about Corvette body work.
I bought a 2003 Corvette. It had some molded mud flaps screwed to the wheel wells. I took them off and need to repair the screw holes. Since its not steel work I don't know how or what to use to do the repairs. Can someone give me the basics of repairing a screw hole in a 2003 Corvette wheel well area? I'm not even sure if the wheel well areas are fiberglass or some other plastic type material.