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Old 11-14-2007, 03:28 PM   #1
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I just drove my T2 007 Us edition car this past weekend for the first time. i have now seen that the chassis has frayed apary and gotten pushed in between the top an bottom layers of graphite. How can I fix this
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Sorry Ment it frayed apart
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Assuming you mean that the chassis is delaminating (layers are pulling apart) you can try this. Clean out any splinters that may be trapped between the layers and drop some CA in there. Clamp it and wait a couple minutes. If you haven't sealed the chassis, you may want to do that before running the car again. It's not fool proof but it definitely helps.
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