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j68rh 
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http://www.cardomain.com/ride/1171997/3

Here are some more pics check it out.

Poormanq45 
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Yey, I'm happy I could help you out new Xterra project - Page 3 -- posted image.
ANy idea how much resin the cardboard soaked up?
j68rh 
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Alot but its as hard if not harder then MDF.  its a great idea I am going to use it again next time I build another box.
j68rh 
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Check this out let me clear up the statement I posted right before this.  I used the card board with 7 layers of glass that is how it is so hard like MDF.  the box is so strong I can stand on it and it doesn't flex.  I weigh 220 lbs. if that clears any thing up for everyone with doubts.
abovestock 
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That's coming along nicely. Can't wait to see the finished project.
Why do you ask if I ate paint chips when I was younger?
j68rh 
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thanks.  I am going to start sanding it tomorrow if it doesn't rain.  I don't have a garage and my shed is to small that is why it takes me so long to work on things.  any ways thanks for the complimants.
j68rh 
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Here is some more pics check out the link

http://www.cardomain.com/ride/1171997/3

its the last 3 on the page.  I had to add some more glass in certain areas because it didn't pass the thumb test.  now starts the fun part of sanding and filling and getting ready to paint.

Also after people visit my cardomain site don't be shy to check it out and to sign my guest book.  Thanks

starting a new progect soon a back deck piece for a 1993 or something like that mazda mx-6

j68rh 
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http://www.cardomain.com/ride/1171997/3

last 2 pics are pics of me starting to smooth out the box.  I am going to do it in pieces so I don't waste body filler

j68rh 
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here are more pics of the box.  its not finished just doing a fitting a looking at it.  I still have a bunch of sanding to do.

http://www.cardomain.com/ride/1171997/3

realitycheck 
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Looking good buddy.  Why a five farad cap how much power you running? What subs?

Learning the trade one fiberglass creation at a time!
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