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  Posted by: wavetamer on Sep-07-11 9:52 AM (EST)
 

Good info, thanks. If I read this correctly you infer sanding Kevlar, too? My experience and at the warning by others is that it cannot be sanded without leaving a frizzy surface. Personally if I had to do a serious repair I'd take it to a friend who works in fiberglass all the time.

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