Could the bondo be used for for sound deadening of a rattling timing
On Wed, 2 Dec 1998 Ajhsys@aol.com wrote:
> No dents that I saw. The Bondo covers the entire cover above the pulley,
> including the bolts, so it was put on with the cover in place. The Bondo has
> little whisps in it like icing on a really nice cake!
> Allen Hefner
> '77 Midget (no candles!)
> '92 Mitsubishi Expo LRV Sport
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> In a message dated 12/2/98 11:41:04 AM Eastern Standard Time, email@example.com
> << Was there a dent in the cover? Maybe he filled it and forgot to sand
> refitting! heh heh. Or maybe he threw a rod at some point and decided to
> test the
> high strength of Bondo by fixing the block with it. You may want to look
> some more. :-) That's quite a find tho!
> Ajhsys@aol.com wrote:
> > As I was poking around under the bonnet, I saw another example of the DPO.
> > I was looking down the front of the engine and I noticed a large amount of
> > on the timing chain cover. It looked oily and dirty, so I picked a bit off
> > see how hard it was. As I did this, almost the whole chuck came off in one
> > piece, leaving the relatively clean (slight surface rust) cover exposed.
> > Inspection showed that it was actually Bondo that was smeared on the cover
> > left there to dry! About 1/2" thick. >>