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About Pcar993

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  1. I would recommend using a metal grade 40-80 grit to scar the back side of the fascia, then drive a couple screws on opposing sides of the break line, then use safety wire to tension the opposite sides together and put fiber resin on each side of the break but not in the crack, then place a folded piece of fiberglass cloth over the break, and smooth it down flat. After you let that cure, you can move on to the next break if any. The reason for not putting the resin in or on the crack is that it'll bulge out of the crack and look awful on the painted side. I would apply a second piece of glas
  2. Good advice on the a/c coil, I will see if I have a problem on that and if I do likely go to a pro. I am doing the repairs myself; the parts are around $500 not including the bumper. Wanted to upgrade to a different bumper anyway so I am going to take my time on that; going to look at a good epoxy to glue it back together in the short term. As far as insurance I leave those mates alone as much as possible. This is my daily driver so I have learned to not get to upset about blemishes.
  3. I ran over Rocky Raccoon last night...cousins are coming over for BBQ today...JK The new bumper and right air scoop replacement is no big deal. But the condenser is bent at the bottom and the radiator is leaking. The mounting frame for the radiator is bent back and will need to be replaced. 1. It seems that the condenser comes off easy enough…two screws, but my system is still charged; what do you recommend here? Just take it apart carefully and then get the system recharged later. I saw a post that talked about "rivet pins", any clue what those are? If the condenser were not leaking
  4. 2001 C2 with 26" front and rear. ROW M030 suspension with few miles. 18" wheels.
  5. Board is kinda slow today its a holiday. I have no experience with this specific product but from what I have seen most recommend buying OEM.
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