I have an old Tillett fiberglass seat that has numerous old mounting holes. Looking to fill the holes low budget while I save for a better kart. Hope to make just a little more solid for my 195 pounds to not crack it
Home Depot has a can of Bondo Glass for $14. Or should I go with their other option of Fiberglass Resin / hardener / cloth for @ $30? Or recommend something different?
I just go to the auto parts store and get the fiberglass cloth/resin kit for repairing boats & cars. Always worked good for me. Like any fiberglass job, getting all the extra resin out and the cloth nice and smooth before it hardens are key.
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I wrote this article several years ago for a magazine and recently found it floating around on the web. Written specifically with kart seats in mind,but also provides general info about composite construction techniques applicable to any industry.