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post #331 of 334 (permalink) Old 05-13-2019, 10:05 AM Thread Starter
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I thought the same thing and looked at them as an option. All I found was a set by Maier...but at $175 each, I though the the price was stupid.
https://www.maierracing.com/product/...ght-surrounds/

MTF makes a quarter extension in fiberglass, but only one meant to work with their trunk with a spoiler.

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Wow, I just checked their headlight buckets...$499. Wholly mackerel!! Maier Racing that is.
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Question regarding Muggy Weld; can this be used similar to lead, or all metal filler be a better choice?

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I used it to fill some pin holes in metal that I wasnít comfortable welding. But I donít think it would be good for large sections like lead. The rods you can get arenít really all that thick. I think they are 1/8Ē and maybe 1/4Ē.


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