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Old 25-06-2013, 03:47   #16
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Re: Urethane Foam Variables

Ok, Thanks guys, I'm convinced. I'll clean out the old areas of wet core under the "bridges" of pieces that I will not cut off and shove in my epoxy soaked pallets of new balsa core and fill with epoxy from the sides. I can get a peanut butter consistancy with the epoxy that I'll push in from the sides with the added microspheres to my C-Flex. I do appreciate your advice about the urethane foams and I will not use them!

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