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Old 01-14-2006, 11:18 AM   #1
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my car has a smal dent, i already pulled it but there are some visible remnants of it, i want some kind of filler that isnt too rigid, i heard bondo can crack
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There is a body filler for plastics. I forget what it'* called but it'* pretty flexable. It comes in a dual tube container with black and white stuff in it. You press it out and mix it up. It takes a while to cure too.
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Get a 2 part plastic repair expoxy, 3M as well as some other companies make them, they come in all different types from rigid to semi rigid.
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