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Old 03-26-2011, 01:47 PM   #27 (permalink)
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Used some 3M Super77 spray adhesive to sandwich 4 small sheets of Coroplast together (offset like bricks)...then trimmed it to the same contour of my extended air dam. This allows me to use the smaller pieces and not use up my bigger sheets of Coroplast.

Cut a slot out in the pool noodle and inserted it in place. Just got done hot gluing the noodle to the Coroplast piece and painted the front black.

This is what it looks like before I glued and painted it...


Still not exactly sure how I will end up mounting this. Maybe some slots in the Coroplast and some bolts...that way if I bump into anything...it will slide back.

The pool noodle did melt where it touched the hot tip of the glue gun but didn't dissolve on the glue or the paint.
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