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Old 09-17-2019, 05:52 PM
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bronko22000
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Originally Posted by Nomercy448 View Post
Devcon steel 10110 is great stuff (a 2 part epoxy impregnated with steel powder aggregate matrix), and most often what I use for the last 8-9yrs, but there are a lot of non-matrix 2 part epoxies which fit the bill. Marine-Tex and Pro-Bed 2000 are very popular products for glass bedding, and make very solid beds, but donít include the steel aggregate. Nothing wrong with Devcon steel in the least, but properly hardened 2 part epoxies work as well.

If the glob of factory bedding compound wasnít hard, Iíd bet they didnít balance their epoxy properly - obviously not enough hardener.
Well nomercy you scared the crap out of me! All I could think was I was going to have a stock permanently attached to my action. I definitely put enough release agent on the metal. Three coats with a tooth brush. I'm hoping I don't have a problem getting it out.
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