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whiskeyriver 10-20-2014 12:33 PM

surprise behind tower mounts
 
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So I took the tower mounts off my 205 (sold the tower) and surprise....look what I found. I'm not sure what all of the grinding was for the mounts were tight and the rubber pads were in good shape. Looks like maybe the mounts were loose at one time and dug into the glass. Well anyway, time for repair. Question is what resin did MC use in 1999 and any suggestions on how to get the line between colors as crisp as factory? Not sure tape will leave the separation that fine.

Spork 10-20-2014 12:40 PM

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Hammer 10-20-2014 02:26 PM

You can use tape. I had to do that in one area on my x45. Was not that large. It's not prefect, but i was happy with the results. The layman would not be able to see it for sure. The tuff part is going to be building it up that much in a nice line. Doable, just takes time and patience.

Hammer 10-20-2014 02:28 PM

Spectrum gel coat. They have the colors you need by year.

thatsmrmastercraft 10-20-2014 02:32 PM

If you fill past the line with one color, you could sand to a straight line, then fill with the other color.

whiskeyriver 10-20-2014 02:39 PM

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Originally Posted by [email protected] (Post 1093608)
could always run some pinstripe between the colors, once the repair is made

Thanks for the tip, I thought about that and may have to go that route. However, I really like the clean look of the hard line with no stripe. I'm hoping to duplicate that. Anyone know how it was done originally?

Hammer 10-20-2014 03:38 PM

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Originally Posted by whiskeyriver (Post 1093645)
Thanks for the tip, I thought about that and may have to go that route. However, I really like the clean look of the hard line with no stripe. I'm hoping to duplicate that. Anyone know how it was done originally?

Tape.


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