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Old 10-24-2013, 09:04 PM
blackcreek blackcreek is offline
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Originally Posted by Wingnut View Post
Blackcreek- Thanks for the reply, Do you think I need to pry the gap open and slather some epoxy putty in the joint prior to bonding the outside. The port side is a pretty large gap and i have to press down to get it to join up. guess I could stand on it for an hour. I have drilled a hole on the one side to see inside- the foam is wet but seems to be drying out.
You could try to wet inside the seam but you really need a clean sanded down area for the resin to stick to. You could cut a 2x4 long enough to jam under the seat and force the seam back down while the seam is drying. I would just grind and bond and call it a day, the seam doesn't have to be pretty, just functional.
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