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Title says it all.
Guys you hAve to try this tape that I got. Combined with Shoo-goo and it's bullet proof. I used the thin syrups of this tape and the "goo" to lengthen the life of my bodies out on the track. The tape is not easy to get it found it at office Depot says you can find at Wal-Mart as well. This is the same as battery tape but at a full 2" wide. Apply couple layers of tape and shoo-goo. I have even used several layers of tape w/o the goo and it holds up. The stickiness is very high and will not come off.
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I don't know if it's okay to link to other forums. But this article on body prepping is absolutely the best that I've seen and read.
The best article on body protection yoy will EVER read.
OK, cool. Thanks for the info. dpricenatorBed liner works, but I think the consensus is that the drywall mesh tape and shoe goo is the toughest. Some guy did a comparison of all the different methods used and this was the best.
Bed liner works, but I think the consensus is that the drywall mesh tape and shoe goo is the toughest. Some guy did a comparison of all the different methods used and this was the best.
We used to fly some pretty big rockets and we reinforced them all with fiberglass mesh coated with 30 minute epoxy with or without a filler. Never broke one of those rockets
My concern would be the heat it generates as it cures. My Kraton body is so thin I worry a little about it deforming as it cures. The rocket bodies were cardboard tubes of varying lengths and thickness so really couldn't deform
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