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    Just acquired a Helmet Top locally for a really good price that needs some love and glass work. As good as I am with mechanical items, I am no body man. Looking forward to learn some new skills though. One of the B pillar covers needs to be glassed back on, and a couple of cracks fixed. Ordered some 3M fiberglass resin and some Mat. Watched a whole bunch of fiberglass videos on youtube.... Was going to practice off the top first...

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    Any thoughts and suggestions on how to approach the repairs? Thank you

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    This might be better in the paint and body section of this forum.

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    Moved.

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    Thank you for moving it to the correct forum. So, any one have any thoughts?

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