Tricky Hardtop Repair

  1. Rickyr727

    Rickyr727 New Member

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    I’ve tried researching various forums on how to repair my hardtop but with where mine is currently damaged, I’m still unsure how to go about doing so. I use my roof rack to carry ladders around for work and this particular one weighs 76lbs and was a bit awkward to take down off the rack in the rain, long story short it took a chunk out of the hardtop in an area where I can’t add pressure from the inside in order to make the repair. Open to any suggestions, thanks friends.

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  2. IronScott

    IronScott Well-Known Member

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    Might try Sugru. It’s cheap from Amazon. Google sugru “fiberglass” repair.
     
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    Rickyr727

    Rickyr727 New Member

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    Looks like interesting stuff, I’ll have to do some more research on it, it could work if it cures strong enough/is able to be painted
     
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