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Repairing A Cracked Fiberglass Bumper
Repairing A Cracked Fiberglass Bumper

repairing a cracked fiberglass bumper


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Repairing A Cracked Fiberglass Bumper


Visually check around your bumper and dont pull too hard on it until you are sure you have all the screws removed. How to Repair Fiberglass Cracks in Autos Many car parts are made of fiberglass, and it is common for fiberglass parts to crack. Coolant in the overflow bottle not clean/clear, it's bubbly/foamy after a run, andalso there's occasionally'floaties' (black sediment) on the surface. If it is a small crack, you can apply a layer of Bondo to repair it. Things You'll Need Fiberglass resin Fiberglass cloth Bondo Sandpaper, 60-grit to 1000-grit Mineral spirits Grinder Remove the bumper from the car. DrGator IS - 2nd Gen (2006-2013) 5 06-07-13 02:28 PM making a wise lip hella strong bnbnntt SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) 20 02-23-10 04:14 PM Help damage to my front bumper GGenovese GS - 3rd Gen (2006-2011) 7 02-07-09 04:28 AM crack in fiberglass front bumper ted920 GS - 2nd Gen (1998-2005) 5 03-10-08 10:47 AM Fixing cracks due to objects (hubcaps) shivt1988 IS - 2nd Gen (2006-2013) 16 08-25-06 11:34 AM Tags body, bumper, buy, cracked, epoxy, everfix, fiberglass, filler, fix, fixing, glaze, keystone, kit, repair, resin, type Previous Thread Next Thread Thread Tools Show Printable Version Search this Thread Advanced Search Posting Rules You may not post new threads You may not post replies You may not post attachments You may not edit your posts BB code is On Smilies are On [IMG] code is On HTML code is OffTrackbacks are Off Pingbacks are Off Refbacks are Off Forum Rules Forum Jump User Control Panel Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Club Lexus Vendor Product Announcements Lexus Model Forums IS Models IS - 1st Gen (2001-2005) Build Threads Suspension and Brakes Performance IS - 2nd Gen (2006-2013) Build Threads Suspension and Brakes Performance IS C CL Vendor Products for 2IS IS F (2008-2014) Build Threads CL Vendor Products for IS-F IS - 3rd Gen (2014-present) Build Threads Suspension and Brakes Performance CL Vendor Products for 3IS RC Models RC - 1st Gen (2015-present) Build Threads CL Vendor Products for RC RC F (2015-present) Build Threads CL Vendor Products for RC-F GS Models GS - 1st Gen (1993-1997) Build Threads GS - 2nd Gen (1998-2005) Build Threads Suspension and Brakes Performance GS - 3rd Gen (2006-2011) Build Threads Suspension Hybrid Technology GS - 4th Gen (2013-present) Build Threads Suspension Hybrid Technology CL Vendor Products for 4GS GS F (2016-present) CL Vendor Products for GS-F SC Models SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) Build Threads Suspension and Brakes Performance & Maintenance SC430 - 2nd Gen (2001-2010) LFA Model (2012) LFA Registry CT 200h Model (2011-present) HS 250h Model (2010-2012) ES Models ES - 1st to 4th Gen (1990-2006) ES - 5th Gen (2007-2012) ES - 6th Gen (2013-present) LS Models LS - 1st and 2nd Gen (1990-2000) Build Threads LS - 3rd Gen (2001-2006) Build Threads LS - 4th Gen (2007-present) Build Threads CL Vendor Products for 4LS NX Models (2015-present) Hybrid Technology CL Vendor Products for NX RX Models RX - 1st Gen (1999-2003) RX - 2nd Gen (2004-2009) Hybrid Technology RX - 3rd Gen (2010-2015) Hybrid Technology RX - 4th Gen (2016-present) Hybrid Technology GX Models GX - 1st Gen (2004-2009) GX - 2nd Gen (2010-present) LX Models LX - 1st and 2nd Gen (1997-2007) LX - 3rd Gen (2008-present) Lexus Prototypes and Next-Gen Technology Lexus Customer Service Lexus Customer Service Vendor Marketplace and Classifieds Club Lexus Vendor Marketplace Club Lexus Member Classifieds Buyer / Seller Feedback Forum Lexus Vehicles Classifieds Wheels and Tires Classifieds Mobile Audio/Video Classifieds General Classifieds NON-Lexus vehicles for sale Great Deals 1Gen IS300 Classifieds (98-05) SC400 / 300 Classifieds 2Gen IS250 / IS350 / IS-F Classifieds (06-13) SC430 Classifieds 3Gen IS250 / IS350 Classifieds (14-) 1Gen GS300 Classifieds (91-97) ES300 / 330 / 350 / 300h Classifieds 2Gen GS430 / 400/ 300 Classifieds (98-05) RX350 / 330/ 300 / 400H / 450H Classifieds 3Gen GS460 / 450H / 430 / 350 / 300 Classifieds (06-12) GX460 / GX470 Classifieds 4Gen GS450H / 350 Classifieds (13-) LX570 / 470 / 450 Classifieds LS460 / 430 / 400 / 600h Classifieds CT200H Classifieds HS250h Classifieds NX 200t / 300h Classifieds 1Gen RC350 / RC-F Classifieds Lexus Special Interest Forums Automotive Care & Detailing Lexus Audio, Video, Security & Electronics Lighting Maintenance The Tire Rack's Tires, Wheels & Brakes Forum Special Interest Groups VIP Style Lexus Motorsports and Racing Drag Strip Road Course and Auto-X General Forums Car Chat The Clubhouse The Press Box Hall of Fame & Voting Booth Photoshop Forum Digital Photography Monthly Assignments Archive Newsletter Archive Local Chapters and Regional Forums Regional ClubLexus Forums Northeast Southeast Southwest Pacific Great Lakes Mountain - Prairie Canada Hawaii and Guam International Events NELOC Florida Lexus Club Chicago Lexus Club Local Events Northern California Lexus Club CL of Southern California CL of Hawaii North Texas Lexus Club Site Suggestions & Problems All times are GMT -7.


Club Lexus Forums > Lexus Model Forums > SC Models > SC- 1st Gen (1992-2000) > Fixing a cracked fiberglass bumper? Log In Log In Username Remember Me? Password Register Forgot Password? Register FAQ Community Calendar Today's Posts Search Vendor DirectoryUsed CarsvBLive Community Links Pictures & Albums Members Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced Search Go to Page. the worst thing that can happen is you run it and have to sand it back off, runs take forever to dry though. Sand the repair down until it is level with the nearby area. While the bumper was off, I also drilled new mounting points for the number plate because they were too low and the number plate hung over the air dam and had a gap above it. See fewer ads! Click here to register Guest Message by DevFuse . Now wait for the resin to cure.


do all of the same things to the back that you just did to the front, but go about 6" or so beyond the crack for strength 6.take a DA to the front of the bumper where you can with some 150-220 grit paper. I know that I'm up for a head gasket andhead studs at a minimum, plus probably a head skim. the epoxy resin is 2 part, resin and the hardner, once you mix them together you have about 20 min till it starts curing and gets hard. Use Bondo to fill any imperfections on the visible side of the crack. It's easy! Register a new account Sign in Already have an account? Sign in here. 6313173622

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