Epoxy for my Sinister Tank cover kit

ICIBUY

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Hey Guys,

I received my tank cover kit a couple days ago... I'm going to get started on the install this week and the only thing the kit didnt come with is the epoxy... the Sinister video says use 90 minute epoxy... maybe a dumb question but can I purchase this anywhere? Autozone? And is there anything I should look for when making the purchase like a name brand? Thanks!
 
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here is what we use. when doing it don't be cheap with it use a lot of it. the pre work need to be good. u also need the gun for this and tips. u should be able to get this at any paint and auto body store.SEM39897.jpg
 

yardsale

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Get something that will give you some time to work. DO NOT use Lord Fusor 142 unless you are a pro. This stuff sets up in about 2 minutes and now I'm having to spend about as much as the original tank cover kit to get both sides lined up again.
 

QuikHD

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Get something that will give you some time to work. DO NOT use Lord Fusor 142 unless you are a pro. This stuff sets up in about 2 minutes and now I'm having to spend about as much as the original tank cover kit to get both sides lined up again.
That doesnt sound good. At least your not glued to your bike and couldnt make it to the computer :)
 

thecort

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Yeah, if I was installing it in a window! WTF?! Maybe it could work, but why not use the stuff thats made for that? You wouldn't want to do it over. JMO


Tap that [email protected]#!
 

Bill

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I asked this same question to Cameron and he said Fusor 116 or any 3M Panel Bond.
 

SUAVE

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3m panel bond is the stuff to use! weve used it on a bunch of stuff including the sinister tank cover and ther old side panels! works like a charm!
 

coolerman69

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Who suggested that?? WOW
I've looked at so many covers that I cant remember whos website that was on but I def read that. My thought was that when it oozed out around the edges and you wiped it off you'd have a hell of a time gettin paint to stick in that spot. I wouldn't even consider using it! JB weld maybe! LOL
 

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