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Bodywork help needed - August 28, 2006, 03:44 PM



Trying to fill in some gaps in my tail section where the tail light is.I assume they're racing fairings and someone cut out the light hole,but it doesnt fit right .Whats a good way to fill those gaps with fiberglass.

Im thinking of just removing the light from the undertail and gorilla glueing it to the fairing,then getting some of that expanding foam and spraying it around it and sanding the foam down to shape,then laying the fiberglass over it.

Any suggestions?


Also,never given this any thought before,but would it be legit to cover the sides of the light? Would it be an inspection no-no?
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August 29, 2006, 07:52 AM

I don't see any of the options that you mentionned sticking very well. Glass and mat would probably do the trick.
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