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  1. #1
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    Default Repair Liquid Force Machine Deep Ding

    Went double surfing today and the boards collided causing a massive gash in the side of the fiberglass board. The board is a Liquid Force Machine, and I would like to get it back up and running as fast as possible before the end of the season. Id assume that you'd fill it with a type of epoxy, but Im not sure.
    Anything helps!
    2016 Moomba Craz Surf Edition
    Liquid Force Primo
    Liquid Force Machine
    Liquid Force Rocket

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    Default Repair Liquid Force Machine Deep Ding

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    Shane
    2012 Mojo 2.5
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    6 XM9 Tower
    6 SX65M Cabin
    1 XI 800.4
    1 XI 1500.1
    2 MX 30.2
    EXILE ZLD MKII
    EXILE Blue tooth EXBT4
    Green LEDs

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    Default Repair Liquid Force Machine Deep Ding

    Quote Originally Posted by smorris7 View Post
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    Thank you for the quick response! Going to purchase that right now. I figured it was some sort of Epoxy.
    2016 Moomba Craz Surf Edition
    Liquid Force Primo
    Liquid Force Machine
    Liquid Force Rocket

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    Default Repair Liquid Force Machine Deep Ding

    Works great. I have used it many times.


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    Shane
    2012 Mojo 2.5
    EXILED
    6 XM9 Tower
    6 SX65M Cabin
    1 XI 800.4
    1 XI 1500.1
    2 MX 30.2
    EXILE ZLD MKII
    EXILE Blue tooth EXBT4
    Green LEDs

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    I think that is the same type I purchased awhile back. I think it was called "Ding All' repair kit.
    Pretty sure it had everything in one package. Easy to use.

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    Yes you will want to use epoxy. Personally, I prefer 2-part epoxies like the board was made with compared to UV curing, but UV curing epoxy is easy enough for temporary fixes. The main thing you want o do is sand all around the ding, sand the paint off till you get to the fiberglass. Resins will not bond to the painted surface, not to mention all the wax from polishing, etc.

    Nick

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