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05-06-2003 03:28 PM
bullheimer so then it would be great for my glass spoiler, ala 72 camaro? i thought this plastic bondo was almost the same, just different.
05-06-2003 12:51 PM
Dragon J The scoop I did on my 'J <<< was fiberglassed on and the imperfections filled with minimal bondo. You'll be fine, just (as willys says) don't use it too thick or structurally.
05-06-2003 10:49 AM
mitmaks id use fiberglass style bondo
05-06-2003 07:11 AM
willys36@aol.com Marriage made in heaven! As long as the bondo isn't super thick (not a good idea anywhere), it will do super on fiberglass. Much more compatible than bondo and steel.
05-06-2003 06:55 AM
bruce-77346
bondo and fiberglass

Need help! Is it ok to use bondo on top of fiberglass for car hoods? I used bondo to smoothen and shape a fiberglass hood, but realized that the hood will have a lot of expansion and contractions. Will bondo react with this? Any tip is greatful

Thanks

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