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podunk - 1.07.13, 2:51 pm Post #11: | Reply With Quote
where do i get shoe goo
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raygunpanda - 1.07.13, 3:00 pm Post #12: | Reply With Quote
where do you live? walmart or any grocery type store.... or a shoe store might work...
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trashyrich - 1.07.13, 3:04 pm Post #13: | Reply With Quote
Walmart, sporting good store in the shoe department. Hardware store.
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Premier00000 - 1.07.13, 3:14 pm Post #14: | Reply With Quote
I can't find that stuff either. Walmart near me doesn't have it. They haven't even heard of it.
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BillDeLong - 1.07.13, 3:27 pm Post #15: | Reply With Quote
Here you go:
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gage tweedie - 1.21.13, 4:10 pm Post #16: | Reply With Quote
get a piece of lexan and get a nail and some long pliers then heat up the nail then when the nail is hot poke a hole through the lexan then do that all over again get a screw and a nut and then heat up the nail again then poke a hole through your body where the crack is then you put the screw in through the piece of lexan then get the screw through your body and then get nut and tighten the nut up that should work and that worked for me.
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blakktalon - 1.22.13, 7:30 am Post #17: | Reply With Quote
if you have a pointy soldering tip its quicker than heating up a nail.
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DrJVogel - 1.22.13, 10:19 am Post #18: | Reply With Quote
Seems like it would look like Frankenstein. Cool.
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RCMonkee - 1.24.13, 12:10 am Post #19: | Reply With Quote
yep, shoo goo. Even waterproofed my EZRUN esc with it. Its good stuff.
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n_d_fox - 1.24.13, 6:00 am Post #20: | Reply With Quote
Jang did a video on the dry wall tape and shoe goo repair method... fibre tape is a good alternative to dry wall tape as its also adhesive. Aluminium tape on the underside where the tyres touch the body on large compressions is a favourite too.

My Raptor body is painted in a flat white on the inside but has rubbed through on the points where there is movement (body posts / pins and on the sides where the body touches the nerf bars)... i'm entertaining a touch up in the gun metal shade and then covering the whole inside of the body with fibre tape and shoe goo to make it more robust.
(Last edited by n_d_fox : 1.24.13 at 6:03 am)
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