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Old 12-06-2016, 08:13   #16
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Re: Gluing wood to Fiberglass?

Originally Posted by SaltyB View Post
I managed to use epoxy in three corners. The fourth corner curves down to much for the wood piece to make solid contact. I'm wondering how thick I can get the epoxy or some other filler and just screw into that?
Make a loose-fitting shim of hardwood or scrap fiberglass to fill in the gap. Or maybe roll up a scrap of glass cloth, saturate it with thickened epoxy and stuff that in the gap.

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