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Old 10-17-2007, 08:03 PM   #1
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some guys i have noticed molded in the front liscence plate cover to the bumper on trans ams and i was wondering what materials you guys have used to mold urethane to plastics??
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fusor makes great products, for fusing plastics but its somewhat pricey
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Old 10-24-2007, 04:50 PM   #5
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You can use 3M's Automix 8115 panel bonder but this is not something a novice should do. If you want it done I would take it to a shop and see what they say.
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...but this is not something a novice should do. If you want it done I would take it to a shop and see what they say.
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You can use 3M's Automix 8115 panel bonder but this is not something a novice should do. If you want it done I would take it to a shop and see what they say.
+1 thats how i would do it. it sets quickly aswell so you have to do it within like 5-10 minutes i belive or it will be already dry enough to sand
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You need to heat it up to about 180 dergrees for about 15min or so and let it cool and then you can sand it. But you also need to scuff up the area's that the bonder is going to be applied on with some 80 grit sand paper. After it is all set up I would use a little body filler to cover the panel bonder and to smooth it out because if you just prime over panel bonder and then paint it your primer will shrink back and you will see exactly where you applied 8115. Not to mention the fact you will be really pissed.
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i friend that works at a body shop is doing it, and wasnt sure what to use since it was urethane, and i know some guys on here have done what im wanting to do but i didnt know what material to use so me and my frined are both asking around on the materials that would last
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