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    Ya BABY!!! That's what I'm talkin' about!

    Ya BABY!!! That's what I'm talkin' about!
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    The porpoising can be cured by switching to an...

    The porpoising can be cured by switching to an extended ride plate or maybe shimming the rear of the stock one down some.
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    Yep, a good buddy of mine (been friends since...

    Yep, a good buddy of mine (been friends since high school) restores classic cars. He makes the sheet metal work and body filler look easy, LOL!
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    Looking good. Should be a solid, permanent repair.

    Looking good. Should be a solid, permanent repair.
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    You start with a small piece in the center of the...

    You start with a small piece in the center of the repair. Then as you layer, cut the new glass larger and overlap....repeat. Keep an eye on the buildup using a straightedge. When it gets close to the...
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    That sounds like a better plan. When it's in the...

    That sounds like a better plan. When it's in the water you won't be able to see the black anyway.

    Check out 'smokeysevin's link 'JankyStandup' where you will see a WHOLE LOT of bodywork and repair...
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    The problem with the previous repairs is that the...

    The problem with the previous repairs is that the correct materials were NOT used. You need to use EPOXY resin, not the standard stuff.
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