|Jan 02, 2014, 03:23 PM|
United States, NC, Matthews
Joined Dec 2012
Fuel proof and fiberglass
I have a (wait for it wait for it) ARF and before i assemble it i would like to fuel proof and add a little bit of fiberglass cloth to the inside of the firewall area. My question is do i do the fiberglass first and then the fuelproofing or the other way around or are these two things not a good mix?
|Jan 03, 2014, 01:40 AM|
I would probably brush some epoxy in the areas likely to get oily then if you want to further reinforce the area laminate some fiberglass ontop. Best to use a thin laminating epoxy for better penetration into the wood. Although standard 30min epoxy will work okay.
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