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I got a fiberglass hood and one of the rear corners by the windsheild is coming apart "fiberglass layers". I figured the best way to fix it would be to blow it out really good, mix up some fiberglass resin, brush it in or what not and take a few small c-clamps with some rags and clamp the part that is pulling apart down. After cured sand down the fixed area lower than the existing surface and glaze it and block it out. let me know if there is a beter way of doing this. Ryan
 

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Depending on how bad its coming apart, you might need to grind some of the layers off from the back side and put a couple layers of cloth on. Resin by its self is not strong and will break off. Id use epoxy resin and a tight weave cloth, probably over kill but it will last.
 

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Well i got the hood from my friend and its not like i thought it was, its not near as bad its not layers thats coming apart its a second part on the bottom that is coming unglued.
 
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