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  • Looking for a supplier of 2 part epoxy for lane patching

    Does anyone know of a supplier of 2 part epoxy other than Amf or Brunswick?
    I have a lot of boards to replace at the University approximately 5o ft.
    I was wondering if anyone has purchased lane epoxy from a private supplier,
    if you know of anyone I would appreciate it if you could pm me with the info.

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    hey man i know of a place here in cali you can order some stuff from by the gallon. its called liquid plastic and the stuff is freaking amazing. it litterally only take like ten minutes to fully cure and while it is hardinging you can shave it cut it sand it or what ever you want. i have it used as a patch on a bunch of pindecks across my house. the name of the company is Fiberlay. you can find them on google. you can get it by the gallons or the quarts. the only thing is is it drys white not clear. i have never had this stuff crack or come loose from the wood. even patched a board on the surface at the foul line and its held up with ball impacts for the past 6 months with no sighn of letting go or even marks. try this stuff its part A partB and you mix it evenly but the curing time is pretty fast so becarfull


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