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Old 03-29-2011, 01:11 PM   #37175
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Originally Posted by hollywood9826 View Post
Dats,

Im gonna agree with paul here and say that the wood will probably fail before the epoxy. But if it does fail just use some of this stuff.



J-B WELD is packaged in two tubes. One contains liquid steel/epoxy resin, and the other contains hardener. When mixed together in equal portions, a chemical reaction occurs that turns the mixture into a compound as hard and tough as steel -- and with similar properties.

Properties (psi)
Tensile Strength: 3960
Adhesion: 1800
Flex Strength: 7320
Tensile Lap Shear: 1040
Shrinkage: 0.0%
Resistant to: 500 F

Mechanics -- you can use J-B WELD with confidence. It is designed for safe, reliable, permanent repairs in engine compartments and heated environments up to 500 F. It's strong as steel and impervious to water, gasoline, chemicals, and acids. Working with J-B WELD is quick, easy, and convenient -- and saves you time, work, and money!
Are you going to be like the guy in the crazy glue commercial where we see you advertising this stuff suspended in midair while being stuck to a metal beam?

If you start advertising a sham wow, I may have to start worrying about you.
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