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Old 05-10-2007, 12:27 PM
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Bumpers are made of what material?

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High density foam
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There's the foam bumper, then the RDX guys are using a thin kydex bumper under it... I guess that it all depends on which mfg you are talking about.
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There's the foam bumper, then the RDX guys are using a thin kydex bumper under it... I guess that it all depends on which mfg you are talking about.

foam bumper material is what I was refering to.
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Originally Posted by RaceAce701
High density foam

Do you mean solid polyurethane foam?

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you can get Parma foam.. cut to size..
depending on the car.. you can get 2 bumpers out of it..
http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXPUR6&P=7
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high density foam
see link in above post


polyurethane foam might work as long as its very firm
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