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Dash pad crack repair?

I have a small crack in my dash pad, otherwise it looks great. Does anyone know of something that will work good as a filler that won't recrack in the summer heat and that can be painted over? Any suggestions?


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you can use the foam stuff in the spray cans you buy at home depot to fill bigger cracks, if its not to big, use bondo, it holds up well.


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Brain fart I guess. Can't believe I didn't think of Bondo. Should have some out in the shop.

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you guys know how to repair a crack on the dash is on d passanger side i will upload soon the pic !! thanks

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oh thanks i see that page but im from mexico and i donīt think they made order outside the usa

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some body help me plase
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I was out of Bondo so while I was out I picked up some Plastic Epoxy Putty made by JB Weld. I'll let ya'll know how it works.


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i can buy it in autozone??????? we have autozones here in mexico

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Autozone should have Bondo or some type of plastic weld or plastic epoxy.


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TW tunes, GS gauges & Aeroforce Interceptor, 3" RSK w/SD springs
DIY 6637, 3" DP to straight exhaust, HPX Crossover,
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