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Old 02-14-2012, 03:21 PM   #724
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Depending on how much composite stuff you wish to do in the future its worth it to just buy 2 gallons of resin and do most of it yourself.. it may cost the same as buying the part, but you get to keep the mold ....

Composites Canada is the place to go they got everything you could think of, and more knoledge then you thought was necessary ...
from fiberglass--> carbon fiber --> carbon kevlar weve... all the vacuume baging stuff

nicely done btw car looks awesome! well built indeed, keep up the good work!
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