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    Molding Front Air Dam

    Hey all. I saw a pic of the guy from Sweden with the Black "WS7" and he had a wings west front lip and molded it into the stock bumper. my question is, what type of resin, filler, adhesive do you think would be best to use to get that effect? I tried contacting him, but no response. Here's a link to the picture: Thanks.

    http://www.ws7.se/frontpics.htm

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    Fiberglass "woven" sheets and resin...you can find all of this at Advance Auto Parts or Autozone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ls1camino View Post
    Fiberglass "woven" sheets and resin...you can find all of this at Advance Auto Parts or Autozone.
    Would Duraglass work also?

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    Quote Originally Posted by architect7 View Post
    Would Duraglass work also?
    Never heard of it...Is that a Brand of Fiberglass or some variant?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ls1camino View Post
    Never heard of it...Is that a Brand of Fiberglass or some variant?
    It's a product that a lot of people are using now because of its ease of workabilty. It's basically the resin with fiberglass threads mixed into it. you add a hardener, mix it up, and just apply it. works good for small areas or filling cracks...

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    Quote Originally Posted by architect7 View Post
    It's a product that a lot of people are using now because of its ease of workabilty. It's basically the resin with fiberglass threads mixed into it. you add a hardener, mix it up, and just apply it. works good for small areas or filling cracks...
    I guess that will work...you just need to sand it down to make it even.

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