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Old 06-13-2007, 09:36 PM
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Abdin, yep - you are quick, but it's the looks that count..and it looks good.

Are you using Baking Soda to enchance your superglue on the fenders? It kinda looks like you are, but if your not, it will really help strengthen the bond of the fenders to the body.


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Old 06-14-2007, 12:47 AM
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Nice job on the fenders .

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Are you using Baking Soda to enchance your superglue on the fenders? It kinda looks like you are, but if your not, it will really help strengthen the bond of the fenders to the body.


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I never heard about strengthen the bond with baking soda...Sounds really good Where can I read something about that method?

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Nice work ‘Din.

Now I see what you meant when you said the hinges on the hatch were tiny.

The fenders look terrific!

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Abdin,

The camo net was a verlinden item, I just added some parsley herbs to it and painted them green...

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Abdin, yep - you are quick, but it's the looks that count..and it looks good.

Are you using Baking Soda to enchance your superglue on the fenders? It kinda looks like you are, but if your not, it will really help strengthen the bond of the fenders to the body.


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HI Rick, no that white powder like is from the vapor from too much CA glue
which I already began to clean,but have never heard about that technique before, I will for sure try it, thanks.

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Nice work ‘Din.

Now I see what you meant when you said the hinges on the hatch were tiny.

The fenders look terrific!

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HI DiDi this are real small and looks awesome when finished.
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The camo net was a verlinden item, I just added some parsley herbs to it and painted them green...

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HI Paul, I love the way it looks, I do have a couple of this nets that I'm going to try the way you did yours, I also have a tamiya mobelwagen with quadruple gun that is going to be recycled as it was modeled unpainted a long time ago and will look great with this nets. thanks
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Nice work Abdin.

With the baking soda technique, you will want to be carfull as it leave more or a rough texture. If you need it smooth, get some CA accelerator.
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Impressive,

Will you still redo the roof of the driver's compartment? It should slope down towards the front by 1mm.
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