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    cool so its just like how you use 4040

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    my only problem with duramix is its 40 dollars a tube.

    Most of the time I can just use a 3 dollar tube of plastic epoxy for my needs.

    And some Hilti guns (got them from my work) make perfect duarmix guns withou any modifications.
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    $26 a tube son!

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    I can get the stuff at $15 a tube so its not so bad for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by SilverFocusZX3 View Post
    I can get the stuff at $15 a tube so its not so bad for me
    used both 40/40 and 40/58. But I rarely use the 40/40. I just stick with the 40/58. it much better to sand and fills holes well, great stuff. where do you get it for 15$ a tube? Lowest I bought it for was $26

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    Quote Originally Posted by customaudioman View Post
    used both 40/40 and 40/58. But I rarely use the 40/40. I just stick with the 40/58. it much better to sand and fills holes well, great stuff. where do you get it for 15$ a tube? Lowest I bought it for was $26
    Sorry I was thinking of the 4240, I can get that for $15. Its actually the same as 4040 just there more in the container (200ccs I believe hence the 2 after the 4)

    Only ones I can get are
    Duramix 4247 ( Super Fast Plastic Repair and Adhesive ),
    Duramix 4240 ( Plastic Repair Semi Rigid (same as 4040 just larger))
    and the 3M Automix 5887 (EZ Sand Flexible Parts Repair )

    I get them so cheap caus a guy I know purchased them from a shop going out of business and he has a large amount that he goes around to other shops and sells them for $15 each. Which is a steal caus they retail for $40 each I believe. Problem is guys have to buy the expensive applicator gun for these or make their own out of cheap caulk guns and dowels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SilverFocusZX3 View Post
    Sorry I was thinking of the 4240, I can get that for $15. Its actually the same as 4040 just there more in the container (200ccs I believe hence the 2 after the 4)

    Only ones I can get are
    Duramix 4247 ( Super Fast Plastic Repair and Adhesive ),
    Duramix 4240 ( Plastic Repair Semi Rigid (same as 4040 just larger))
    and the 3M Automix 5887 (EZ Sand Flexible Parts Repair )

    I get them so cheap because a guy I know purchased them from a shop going out of business and he has a large amount that he goes around to other shops and sells them for $15 each. Which is a steal caus they retail for $40 each I believe. Problem is guys have to buy the expensive applicator gun for these or make their own out of cheap caulk guns and dowels.
    okay. when I bought my duramix the first time, the sales guy told me if I would buy a tub of 40/40 and a tube of 40/58 he would give me the $80 gun for free. so I bought two tubes of the duramix, thats how I got my free gun. Mostly because he knew I would continue to come back to buy duramix when I needed. so basically he wanted to make sure I stayed a good customer that always return to him for my needs. That just great business practices right there!

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    I thought the "ProForm 702" that Portabuddy mentioned sounded pretty good, and I'd like to try it. I searched the Web and discovered it's a Canadian product with limited US distribution. Anyone have a source, especially a Web source?

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