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Old 06-08-2021, 07:09 PM   #17 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by freebeard View Post
The FRP is a layer of glass fiber particles in a plastic matrix layered onto an unspecified plastic corrugated core.

Could be a fancy Coroplast, it could be more brittle like greenhouse glazing.

Maybe you could inspect it at your local Home Depot.
In my area, it is a special order item at $101.00 per 4'x8' sheet and a 10 day lead time.
Here is the link on product info from the mfg.:

I have used the thin sheet version of this product: for an undertray, but in that application the edges were all supported by existing car structure, did not extend very far to the rear and worked very well. My latest project does not offer that same support and I don't want a whole bunch of bracketry so I'm looking for a more rigid panel.

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