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post #1 of 8 Old 09-22-2004, 03:07 PM Thread Starter
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I think that I read somewhere mabey Nyrocs website about using Goop and used dryer sheets to repair cracked fenders.Anyone remember this or tried it? Thanks for any help.
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I repaired a crack with Gorrilla Glue and a patch cut from a plastic anti freeze bottle. So far survived a trip to Utah and Colo mountains, all the way up to 14,000 feet and 35 degrees.
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I've heard of using Goop and mesh drywall tape

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Thought of using fiberglass and the goop, Or should I just use glass mat and resin
? I am almost sure I read somewhere that someone used dryer sheets and goop. I have all the stuff either way just wanted an opinion before I commit.
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The best way is to stitch it up! I wrote an article at www.quads.ca under the technical articles. It is very very sturdy just like new plastic. My son has rolled his quad twice and not damaged it. The front plastic was in 4 pieces when I started with it. It is a little time consuming and and leaves the stitches showing on top but overall it is well worth the effort!! The large holes in the picture are from the previous owners repair with rivets and metal.
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Has anyone tried this?

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I tried the used dryer sheets and the goop but first I used superglue to hold it in place .If using goop you need somthing like glass mat to hold it from just running off.It looks like it will work well so far.Time will tell when it gets cold and smacked by stuff if it holds or not .
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