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    Smile Bondo

    I have seen mentioned that you can use Bondo to fill your ride plate holes instead of the epoxy. Has anyone done this with no issues?


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    Quote Originally Posted by moultrie rxp View Post
    I have seen mentioned that you can use Bondo to fill your ride plate holes instead of the epoxy. Has anyone done this with no issues?
    bondo will absorb water

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    i used bondo the only drama was one of the bondo plugs fell out the hole...let it dry and sand back with electric sander

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    I use Bondo. I learned this from Spud. Let it dry, sand smooth. My pump shoe holes have been filled for the past 4 years and not one let go. Clean and Scuff the inside of the holes so it can stick well.
    I use the plastic type bondo body filler. dirt cheap. dries hard.

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    I used Bondo too. No problems after 2 years... Ron

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    I have never hear of this before but I will have to try it.

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