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Old 04-16-2014, 12:04 AM   #1
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Default fiberglass alternative product. anyone know the name?

hey all. i was thinking of doing a projector retrofit into my bumper. i remembered while watching powerblock a few years back, they used this really cool product i cant remember the name of. it was a grey plyable sheet that you could cut and form to whatever shape you wanted. it would then harden under UV rays. they said you didnt need a uv lamp, you could just leave it outside in the sun and it would harden. anyone know what this is? i cant remember for the life of me, but i would love to buy some! thanks alot guys.
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cant thank ya enough mike!, that stuff is friggin awesome. now i just need to find some fogs small enough to fit in my tiny lower grille.
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