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    wood lanes have a few that have some chunks and cracks in them is there anything else that I can use besides the stuff from classis that is way expensive maybe some other wood filler

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    There is an excellent epoxy resin you can use to fill up with holes. It's a two tube system which you mix together and will set fairly fast. You can purchase this from your local parts distributor.
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      Check with a local wood shop for products....

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