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Old 09-24-2019, 05:56 PM   #1
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Body damage..

I have minor damage to my 1999 American Eagle and am wondering how to repair it. It is the corner piece of fiberglass just to the right of the exhaust pipe. Anyone else ever have this problem?
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It's fiberglass, so repair like any minor fiberglass damage. Sand or grind away paint in that area, clean and fill with fiberglass body filler, then re-paint. If severe, you may have to bond reinforcing to the backside to give structural support.
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