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Fiberglass Flare Glue and Bondo

HI,

I have searched and not found any specific brand of glue and bondo for my flares. Any help would be appreciated.

GT-Racing says to use a 2 part 3M glue? That is not very specific.


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What about JB Weld Marine Weld Epoxy Adhesive?
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are you looking to bond fiberglass to metal ? if so use a product like SEM's sem bond #39957 . if you do it right it will never come apart !
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Trying to find it. Do I need a mixing gun?
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yes you need a gun . most auto paint stores will rent them .
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I have been trying to get a cheap gun, but will look into renting one. Thanks
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i used the sem to attach fiberglass flares and did not get a gun...i'm cheap. i just removed the cap and used a large philips head screwdriver to push one side then the other down halfway. the two parts emptied onto a plastic tupperware lid. i then used a popsicle stick to mix the two parts unitil uniform, then applied to the quarter panel. pushed out the other half for the other side.
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That is funny, and exactly how I will do it. I bought 3M's Pannel Bonding Adhesive. $75 a cartridge. Could not find SEMS.

I will try it this afternoon, hopefully I have enough epoxy. Thanks for the help.
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