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What kind of epoxy is best
for skis obviously. lmk, i need to do a little sidewall repair.
JB Weld Marine
**This post was edited on Feb 27th 2018 at 11:35:45am
I use West Systems G-Flex marine epoxy.
Marine epoxy. A lot of people recommend JB Weld Marine epoxy. About $10 on amazon.
I would try JB Weld cause its really strong with metal to wood/plastic bonds. If you're going with epoxy, generally the longer the set time, the stronger the bond. Good luck, skis suck!
JB Weld sucks for anything that isn't filling a void.
For bonding laminated layers, West Systems G-Flex is the best we've found.
I had a separated edge from the base and used jb weld. Did not seal at all and broke the first jump I hit. Look up marine tex. Also works for really nasty core shots.
West system g flex is good for underfoot repairs/ delams seems to hold through lots of temp changes and is flexy
ive also had a lot of success using the white Loctite marine 2 part that you can get from like lowes or Home Depot to fill voids and edge damage. Still have some volkl walls with a six inch section of loctite for an edge
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