From: Douglas Rhodes (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Feb 13 2003 - 21:49:29 PST
Also, epoxy might be a better choice that fiberglass resin. It's 100%
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Behalf Of Patrick Jankowiak
Sent: Thursday, February 13, 2003 7:32 PM
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Subject: Re: [MV] Troop Seat ?
When sealing wood, it must be dry, else the moisture inside can cause
problems, and when you do seal it, the seal must be complete or moisture
may get inside your resin 'shell' and rot the wood from inside.
> Greetings Listers, I am considering a way to help perserve my troop seats
> the back of my M35. The wood is intact but a bit dry. I have considered
> mixing up a batch of resin as used with fiberglass and just coating the
> planks using a brush. I figure the wood would soak it up a bit and seal
> then I can repaint it. Any thoughts or advise on my endeavor?
> Kenneth Engle
> Loxahatchee, FL U.S.A.
> AM General M-35A2 w/w
> Fruehauf M105A1
> MVPA #24371
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