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Originally Posted by boyt911sc View Post

These illustrations are perfect and super helpful. After reading and following your procedures, I had the impression that you did the 1-2-3-4 back (flat) areas before doing the curved (domed) area by the driver side. So you did area #1 (back to front), then area #2 (back to front)......etc. PM sent. Thanks.

Yes on "back-to-front" Tony. In other words, entire surface area within a dotted blue box has epoxy applied to it, curves and all. Once working area is covered evenly & smoothly with a skim of epoxy, and I'm sure the wet epoxy edge that butts a cured edge has no "mound" of epoxy, then...
1. masking tape is removed and the vinyl is laid over working area
2. on top deck, crevice is pushed in with tubing
3. vinyl surface is lightly rubbed to force epoxy gel slightly into backing
4. on top deck, tube is held in crevice (11 minutes from when a batch of 5-minute epoxy is mixed.)
Karl ~

Current: '80 Silver Targa w /'85 3.2
Prior: '77 Copper 924. '73 Black 914. '74 White Carrera. '79 Silver 930. '79 Black 930. '79 Anthracite 930.

Last edited by Discseven; 07-20-2014 at 04:15 AM.. Reason: Simplified
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