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12/07/2018 12:29 PM  #1

hood scoop project

Hello , i am working on a new project , for winter time . Find with lucky another hood to work on , and left untoch the original one . This is not so good as seems , cause the sub frame was separate from shell . A quality   sealer is needed to keep all straight .  before cutting 
set all in the right spot and try to weld it but it was the beginning of a disaster . the scoop is very thin and hood tends to flex .!!  let's stop this torture before doing major damage . 
Again i decide to fix with sealer , one made for the job . Now is joined defenetly like weld . 
Now the biggest thing is to filler the top and paint .  by now is work in progress !


12/18/2018 11:51 AM  #2

Re: hood scoop project

looks good...

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