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    Bump & Grind

    hi everybody. I just got my pump tunnel reinforce kit from R&D (via greenhulk) This particular one is the fiberglass piece; which is rough on top and smooth on the bottom that faces the pump tunnel. My question is it better to leave both the pump tunnel and the R&D piece smooth or sand them one or both of them up any ideas? thank you


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    I would scuff them both. Hull and tunnel reinf.
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    I sanded the inside so the 5200 would adhere better ,same with tunnel shell

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