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Super Mend Expoxy, is just Super!!!!!

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by OregonDon, Feb 28, 2011.

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  1. OregonDon

    OregonDon TS Member

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    Creeker - Where does the Super Mend expoxy come from? Thanks, Don
     
  2. geneleroy

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    Will this hold on a treated forestock? and where do you buy it? I need to fix my 'goof'(tightened the screw too tight)before it get any worse!
     
  3. bluedevil

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    Google it, it's a Goop product, should be available from local dealers if you ask or can order online. Looks interesting.
     
  4. JerryP

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    Quick dry epoxies that are used as glue generally don't hold up well in the long run. 5 minute expoxy lasts about 5 minutes. It will turn yellow and fail. The most durable epoxies, like Brownells Acraglas , take all day to dry and hold up forever. There are exceptions. The stuff often seen on automotive counters is quick dry and seems to be really tuff stuff. probably the same stuff creeker mentioned. It is usually black, and is like a putty, not like a thin glue.
     
  5. whopper1

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    JB Weld!! Say no more.
     
  6. Anchorsteam

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    ...Mighty Putty is good too! My brother used it to seal an intake manifold leak on a Jeep - has worked for 8 months.
     
  7. halfmile

    halfmile Well-Known Member

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    Frost plug leak on son's car, immpossible to replace (manifold in the way) so I plugged 'er up with JB.

    Still running a year later.

    HM
     
  8. JerryP

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    JB Weld is great stuff. Like good epoxies, it has a slow dry time.
     
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