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Ok boys who uses is and what brands do ya use. On the intakes I've been using the Devcon 10610. Not sure I like it so I've ordered some of the morso/eldeebrock 2 part epoxy. Looking for something that hardens a little harder. But that said. I'd like to hear what ya use and where. I know I've seen @tree monkey pics where he's ground outta the trans tunnels and often wondered what he used to fix that.
 

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I should also state I've had no problems with the devcon 10610 I'm just wanting something that hardens a little harder! :)
 

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Any certain one. I know they make several kinds. I think it was marine JB weld or something like that I used the last time I tried it!

I just get the big shop tubes of regular JB.

It grinds out as fast or faster than the Devcon though......
 

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I just get the big shop tubes of regular JB.

It grinds out as fast or faster than the Devcon though......
Mr Randy I don't like that answer. Lmao. ;) I want it to set up like the aluminum.

I know I know want in one hand and s**t in the other. Lol.

I guess as long as it dosnt come out that's the main key!
 

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Weld them up and have it replated is the only option for it to be as hard as aluminum. The belzona isn't any harder I don't think.
 

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I wasn't goin to say anything until I finished and started a new thread, but this thread seems fitting.

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I've been thinking about filling these fingers up with JB
 

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What needs to be done to prep for epoxy? Just scuff it up, or make some gouges to help it adhere?


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Heck while we're on the subject. I bought some of these inverted burrs. On the intakes I've been making dove tail style cuts in the bottom of the intake. Then epoxing. Works so far. Lol. My other ones are at a steeper angle!20160126_171028.jpg
 

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I wasn't goin to say anything until I finished and started a new thread, but this thread seems fitting.

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I've been thinking about filling these fingers up with JB

You need another jug?

What needs to be done to prep for epoxy? Just scuff it up, or make some gouges to help it adhere?


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I rough it up really well.......and clean it with brake parts cleaner.
 
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