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comment Storing a car on wood blocks in storage unit
@DucatiKiller, I am planning on putting it inside a storage unit.
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comment Storing a car on wood blocks in storage unit
There's two problems with this. 1: I'm a college student, and my Jack stands are in my home town, but I won't be able to get them before I leave for FT, and I don't want to buy more. 2: my jack stands aren't high enough to rest the Jeep on without getting the tires off the ground. What about using cinder blocks under the frame?
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comment Best way to wash a soft top?
Can you please elaborate one how the washer could ruin the top?
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comment Can I make a Kevlar (or fiberglass) part without a vacuum?
Let us continue this discussion in chat.
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comment Can I make a Kevlar (or fiberglass) part without a vacuum?
Could I apply a parting wax directly to my (plastic) dash and use it as the template, or should I try to make a mold out of something else? Also, carbon is very pricey compared to kevlar/fiber. So if the process is identical, I think I'll use kevlar or fiberglass. Carbon is $60/m wheras fiberglass is $5
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comment Can I make a Kevlar (or fiberglass) part without a vacuum?
@Paulster2 Thanks for the info. I go to an aerospace school and the only time they lay carbon is in a super fancy oven vacuum thing, so I thought that's how it always had to be done. Looks like a great article, thanks!
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comment Can I make a Kevlar (or fiberglass) part without a vacuum?
I would like to avoid vacuuming... can I do that with carbon?
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comment Using Sprayway glass cleaner as waterless wash?
Thanks for the response. So it might be a good thing to do right before waxing it... but other than that, I should stick to normal soap and water?