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Old 07-21-2015, 01:17 PM
gweaver gweaver is offline
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Thankfully I haven't had to do any repairs to my dash pod, but I think if you take it slow, you should be able to fiberglass in some backing material for the screws. Basically, glass in the area where the mount holes are, let it cure, then drill new holes. You might need to use a Dremel to trim the gauge holes.
Depending on how much material you have remaining, you might be able to use speed nuts.

This might eliminate having to try to rebuild the dash pod with fiberglass.

Also- PM sent.
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Old 07-21-2015, 07:24 PM
FrankTheTank FrankTheTank is offline
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Originally Posted by kellett5261 View Post
this is the issue I have, I would love to see what ideas you have to fix this thanks Greg
Kellett5271 - GWeaver wasn't able to help with this but I fixed it myself last weekend. Send me a PM if you'd like to see some pics and talk about it.
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