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by Brent Deines
April 15th, 2014, 5:45 pm
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Re: combination chip help?

Before starting the repair check to see if there are any cracks coming to the surface. If so, seal them off with pit resin (apply resin, cover with a curing tab and cure) before starting to fill the damage. That way you will not lose pressure or vacuum when filling the damage. More resin, more press...
by screenman
April 13th, 2014, 10:31 pm
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Re: To drill or not to drill ???

Drilling dry is best, a good tool for your tool box is a quality magnifying glass, this will help you see those disconnected legs before you start filling. Also if I find a leg is no filling quickly then I either flex or give it a good sharp tap, this normally opens it up nicely.
by EMCAutoGlass
April 19th, 2014, 7:04 am
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Re: Combo with one runner???

My recommendation would be to drill/tap a bull's-eye at the tip of the 3" leg first, put your injector on, and fill it back to the break, but stop just short of the resin reaching the break. Cure it. Putting a piece of electrical tape over the break will keep it from curing any resin that might have...
by bill lambeth
April 20th, 2014, 1:39 pm
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Re: adding resein ????

h2 try the syringes ! Korey can give you a video on loading them ! Eye dropper thing just didn't work for me. You have be to careful and I know screen you never had one cure up on you!
by Old Blue 66
May 15th, 2014, 5:37 am
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Re: 12 volt power converters ???

To do that correctly, you need to install a jumper battery which would be of the marine type. Your cars electrical system was not meant for continued use possibly all day long on one of these things. To do it correctly, you need to run wires and more work/money than I found to be cost effective. We ...
by candyman
June 5th, 2014, 10:14 pm
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Re: Saab HLR issue unclear???

I dont think the 4.1 is your problem: Every now and then you will have this. I did a seabring last year and i had the same sistuation. After it dried the lens was ok but not the high gloss shine I normally get. It was over 80 degres outside and humid. That also could have been a factor in my case.
by Old Blue 66
June 6th, 2014, 6:13 am
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Re: Saab HLR issue unclear???

Ive been burned by Saabs before. You have to look at them carefully. Many of them develop a while smokey appearance INSIDE the lens. Many times its both exterior and interior. I always explain this to the customer so they know what to expect. On dealer lots, I usually just pass on them.
by bill lambeth
April 13th, 2015, 3:47 pm
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Re: SGC Network

No certifications are needed ! Just the million dollar liability. I am a preferred vendor and I know that I had to jump through a lot of hoops for that !