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    General Engineering Contractor ballvalve's Avatar
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    I'll bet a iron on hot patch for a tire might have worked, then fiberglas mesh and jbweld over that roughed up area.

    Or a thin piece of metal and pop rivets, then epoxy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ballvalve View Post
    I'll bet a iron on hot patch for a tire might have worked, then fiberglas mesh and jbweld over that roughed up area.
    Crazy that you mention that BV, I was thinking the same thing.

    I just did not have the Balls to say it...
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