I have this huge hole, that was filled in with some f/g form, that looks hideous, and also leaks
like a sieve, as it is just above floor level in the cockpit
The hole was glassed in rather shabbily from the backside, and I wish to make the repair, right, and also to have it look like it was never there to begin with.
Does this sound about right??
I plan to jig saw the panel out, and then clean up the backside as best as possible. The I will epoxy
, and glass in plywood
on the back, and then epoxy
a filler board to bring the front flush with the existing facing. From there I will bevel what little I can(3/16" thick existing glass) and then add a layer or two of bi-ax glass followed by filling and fairing with 407/410. Then priming and painting.
Does this sound about right, or would anyone have a better idea? I am open to suggestions on how better to do this.