Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

bondo

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • WAORacing
    replied
    I would say yeah should be able to find it there with no problem.

    Leave a comment:


  • Jay87T
    replied
    metal 2 metal

    metal 2 metal ,where can I get this stuff?
    do most body shoppe supply stores sell it?

    Leave a comment:


  • drfjr1976
    replied
    Have you tried to pressurize the tank to see if it would pop back out? Or tried dry ice? Might be another route.

    Leave a comment:


  • DALE
    replied
    Definately skip the Bondo-- Lab Metal and Metal2Metal work and they aren't too bad to sand. Be sure to atleast charge double what you normaly would for the dog issue. Look at it this way the dog just doubled your income on this piece.If the dog craps while he is there then triple at least.

    Leave a comment:


  • WAORacing
    replied
    You better try a test piece first. And the Metal-2-Metal works just like bondo as far as sanding it. Just get scrape piece of metal and put some bondo on it sand it a little and then spray it and you'll know imedaitly if the powder will take to it.

    Leave a comment:


  • Blademan
    replied
    Thanks for the come back ! the problem is..this ...a friend of mine just bought a new sportster tank and wanted me to pc it for him...this guy is one of those idiots that think just cause he's invited he can bring his dog with him too ( no matter how many times you tell him not to ) well he tripped over his dog, the tank did one hell of a flip and came down on the cornor of my anvil...nice deep dent...now from what i've heard is that the metal 2 metal is hard to form , I was hoping to get a little lucky but it sounds like it's gonna be a whole lot of work if the bondo wont work...thanks again......btw...I love dogs...but ask before you haul your hound into someone else's shop...cause this is really gonna cost him if i cant use the bondo...

    Leave a comment:


  • WAORacing
    replied
    I dont think that bondo is a condutive material. But you can get some that is called Metal-2-Metal. It is just like bondo except it is conductive. I do know that for a fact. I just used some on a cast aluminuim part and it help alot for an out gassing problem that i was having. Plus I fixed two dings with it. I think the lab metal would be better for out gassing problem because it seems like you can thin it out thinner than what the Metal-2-Metal will be. But i havent used the Lab Metal before.

    Leave a comment:


  • Blademan
    started a topic bondo

    bondo

    will bondo hold up to the curing temp for pc ?
Working...
X