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Old 02-03-2010, 15:20   #31
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Thanks guys. I kinda figured that it would not hurt to epoxy all of the holes. I removed the headliner and realized that some of the old holes that were in the deck were filled kinda poorly, and in some cases only silicone was used to fill them. I am going to go over the deck with a fine tooth comb from inside and out. Drill out any old holes and refill with epoxy as well. I am going to re paint the deck, so I might as well finish everything properly now so hopefully I don't have to do it again.

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