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Old 06-17-2007, 04:19 PM
Jason Heath Jason Heath is offline
Join Date: Jan 2006
Posts: 38
Default Re: Seatback top done (sort of)

Originally Posted by TMann View Post
Hmmm..... were you sanding in one hour?
Nope, I was doing it the conventional way. see post

Originally Posted by TMann View Post
The point here is that there are a lot of 1-2 hour opportunities to work on your plane during the week that will help you stay on track on your project as a whole so use the full spectum of opportunities that MGS offers with the compatability that the hardener (both slow and fast) has to offer.
Agreed, good point! use the full spectrum of opportunities that MGS has to offer, my question/point was only that you made it sounds like 3-plus hours to layup the seatback and that doesnt sound like a wise use of time.
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